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Police secure Closure Order after community blighted by violence, drugs misuse and anti-social behaviour

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WARRINGTON Police have secured a closure order at a property where the behaviour of the occupants blighted a local community with reports of violence, drugs misuse and anti-social behaviour.

The closure order was secured following numerous complaints about the occupants on the premises on Scott Street in Faifield & Howley, Warrington.
The order was secured by the Problem Solving Team working in partnership with Your Housing.
The behaviour of the occupants had made the lives of the community a misery and it is hoped the Closure Order acts as a deterrent to those who habitually commit anti-social behaviour and criminality.
The Problem Solving Team will continue to take anti-social behaviour seriously and work with partner agencies to ensure Warrington is a safe and enjoyable place.

The premises on Scott Street

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