Haverhill Police’s Safer Neighbourhood Team (SNT) have made 114 patrols of areas of the Clements estate with one of their priorities being tackling anti social behaviour there.
Those have been since the priority was set on September 9, and in that time one youth has been dealt with for smashing a glass bottle and there have been reports of cigarette ends left discarded.
Speeding on the High Street is also a priority, and 11 cars have been caught driving at 35mph (the limit is 20mph), though the average speed in 18mph.
The final priority is tackling illegal parking on pavements and double yellow lines, and 32 more fixed penalty notices (£30 fine) have been issued.
PCSO Les Scott updated Haverhill Town Council on the priorities at Tuesday’s (October 29) meeting.
For all the latest news see today’s (Thursday, October 31) Echo.