An address in Fleetwood, which has had multiple reports of serious anti-social behaviour (ASB), has been served with a closure order for three months.
Fleetwood Police saw the order granted at Blackpool Magistrates Court under section 80 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Police Act 2014, after numerous reports of ASB and drug related activities.
A full closure is now active until 23rd November 2023.
Chief Inspector Dave Hannan said: “I am pleased that we were able to secure a closure order on this disruptive group of individuals and the property, their behaviour was having a significant impact on the local community. This order comes after months of hard work to ensure those most affected have their voices heard and this behaviour is stopped.
“I hope that this positive result sends out a clear message to those involved that we will take action against those who look to make others lives a misery with crime and anti-social behaviour”.
Lancashire Constabulary and the Police and Crime Commissioner are working with partner agencies to tackle ASB and are committed to making our communities a safer and nicer place to live, as part of Operation Centurion.
To find out more about Op Centurion, visit Lancashire Tackling Anti Social Behaviour (lancashire-pcc.gov.uk)