Anti-social behaviour in Bromley drops by more than half compared to last year

This Is Local London: Bromley Borough Commander Steph Roberts Bromley Borough Commander Steph Roberts

BROMLEY was a nicer place to be this autumn as the amount of anti-social behaviour fell by more than half compared to last year.

The number of reported incidents around Halloween and Bonfire Night fell by 52% across the borough this year.

In 2012 officers dealt with 531 incidents during the 17-day festive period between October 25 and November 10, but this year they dealt with only 255.

Bromley's Borough Commander Steph Roberts said: "A great deal of planning and effort went into what was a multi-agency operation running throughout the autumn festive period, and I am pleased that we achieved such significant reductions in reported incidents of anti-social behaviour.

"Traditionally the days and weeks around Halloween and Bonfire Night tend to see an increase in reported incidents, however the local policing teams were out and about in the right places at the right times, immediately tackling any issues as they arose and operating a zero-tolerance approach to anti-social behaviour."

She added: "Anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and we will continue to take action against those who cause alarm or distress in their communities, using the full range of civil and criminal powers available to us to tackle offenders."

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6:00pm Sun 15 Dec 13

white rabbit9 says...

I know how they achieved these figures.

1. People don't report to the police any more
2. just burn some of the complaints, IT NEVER HAPPENED.

See it's as easy as that.

trust the po-lice? I wouldn't trust these freemasons who protect criminals. I would only trust these parasite's under common law.
I know how they achieved these figures. 1. People don't report to the police any more 2. just burn some of the complaints, IT NEVER HAPPENED. See it's as easy as that. trust the po-lice? I wouldn't trust these freemasons who protect criminals. I would only trust these parasite's under common law. white rabbit9

6:05pm Sun 15 Dec 13

SidcupResident says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
I know how they achieved these figures. 1. People don't report to the police any more 2. just burn some of the complaints, IT NEVER HAPPENED. See it's as easy as that. trust the po-lice? I wouldn't trust these freemasons who protect criminals. I would only trust these parasite's under common law.
My thoughts exactly!
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: I know how they achieved these figures. 1. People don't report to the police any more 2. just burn some of the complaints, IT NEVER HAPPENED. See it's as easy as that. trust the po-lice? I wouldn't trust these freemasons who protect criminals. I would only trust these parasite's under common law.[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly! SidcupResident

6:22pm Sun 15 Dec 13

molsey says...

SidcupResident wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
I know how they achieved these figures. 1. People don't report to the police any more 2. just burn some of the complaints, IT NEVER HAPPENED. See it's as easy as that. trust the po-lice? I wouldn't trust these freemasons who protect criminals. I would only trust these parasite's under common law.
My thoughts exactly!
Unfortunately Plebgate has done them no favours.
[quote][p][bold]SidcupResident[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: I know how they achieved these figures. 1. People don't report to the police any more 2. just burn some of the complaints, IT NEVER HAPPENED. See it's as easy as that. trust the po-lice? I wouldn't trust these freemasons who protect criminals. I would only trust these parasite's under common law.[/p][/quote]My thoughts exactly![/p][/quote]Unfortunately Plebgate has done them no favours. molsey

6:25pm Sun 15 Dec 13

Virtual-Monster says...

What utter tosh!

Crime rates are falling because:

1- The Police do everything they can to avoid recording 'beat' crimes (such as anti social behaviour, minor assaults etc.) as they are time consuming and often impossible to prosecute

2- With fewer Police on the streets public confidence reduces as they fear retribution so less incidents are reported

3- Police use the term 'priorities' to explain why they are unable to send officers to investigate an incident. This then deters victims from pursuing the reporting of incidents

4- Police officers are very skilled at asking "Do you REALLY want to pursue this complaint"

Never ever trust a Copper with the truth........
What utter tosh! Crime rates are falling because: 1- The Police do everything they can to avoid recording 'beat' crimes (such as anti social behaviour, minor assaults etc.) as they are time consuming and often impossible to prosecute 2- With fewer Police on the streets public confidence reduces as they fear retribution so less incidents are reported 3- Police use the term 'priorities' to explain why they are unable to send officers to investigate an incident. This then deters victims from pursuing the reporting of incidents 4- Police officers are very skilled at asking "Do you REALLY want to pursue this complaint" Never ever trust a Copper with the truth........ Virtual-Monster

8:20pm Sun 15 Dec 13

Indigenous UK Pensioner. says...

"There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics."


THAnk You
"There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics." THAnk You Indigenous UK Pensioner.

9:44pm Sun 15 Dec 13

white rabbit9 says...

I remember when a famous actors mum went missing and the police were out issuing photo's, stopping buses issuing more photos, never seen so many police in bromley, I thought their had been some incident. Nope it's ok the police have to act because they wanted the publicity of doing something. If a poor person's mum, child went missing do you think you would see this amount of police about? They think people are so dumb because we don't speak up, that is changing big time. We now know the police are a 'corporation' and they do what they can to issue what fines they can as even 'corporations' have investors.
I remember when a famous actors mum went missing and the police were out issuing photo's, stopping buses issuing more photos, never seen so many police in bromley, I thought their had been some incident. Nope it's ok the police have to act because they wanted the publicity of doing something. If a poor person's mum, child went missing do you think you would see this amount of police about? They think people are so dumb because we don't speak up, that is changing big time. We now know the police are a 'corporation' and they do what they can to issue what fines they can as even 'corporations' have investors. white rabbit9

11:03pm Sun 15 Dec 13

Biffo. says...

There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.
There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear. Biffo.

11:24pm Sun 15 Dec 13

white rabbit9 says...

Biffo. wrote:
There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.
She certainly hasn't come from a council estate. She is a robot protcol and instructions are needed to operate, the daft robot.
[quote][p][bold]Biffo.[/bold] wrote: There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.[/p][/quote]She certainly hasn't come from a council estate. She is a robot protcol and instructions are needed to operate, the daft robot. white rabbit9

12:07am Mon 16 Dec 13

Biffo. says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
Biffo. wrote:
There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.
She certainly hasn't come from a council estate. She is a robot protcol and instructions are needed to operate, the daft robot.
Let me be the judge of that after I'm under arrest and she's taken my particulars down.
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Biffo.[/bold] wrote: There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.[/p][/quote]She certainly hasn't come from a council estate. She is a robot protcol and instructions are needed to operate, the daft robot.[/p][/quote]Let me be the judge of that after I'm under arrest and she's taken my particulars down. Biffo.

12:49am Mon 16 Dec 13

white rabbit9 says...

Biffo. wrote:
white rabbit9 wrote:
Biffo. wrote:
There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.
She certainly hasn't come from a council estate. She is a robot protcol and instructions are needed to operate, the daft robot.
Let me be the judge of that after I'm under arrest and she's taken my particulars down.
I think I can hear the police sirens now.

The police have lost a lot of respect because of the way this corporate world is working. Police now believe they work for corporations when in fact they should be protecting it's citizens under common law.
[quote][p][bold]Biffo.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Biffo.[/bold] wrote: There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.[/p][/quote]She certainly hasn't come from a council estate. She is a robot protcol and instructions are needed to operate, the daft robot.[/p][/quote]Let me be the judge of that after I'm under arrest and she's taken my particulars down.[/p][/quote]I think I can hear the police sirens now. The police have lost a lot of respect because of the way this corporate world is working. Police now believe they work for corporations when in fact they should be protecting it's citizens under common law. white rabbit9

8:01am Mon 16 Dec 13

molsey says...

Biffo. wrote:
There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.
Me too!
[quote][p][bold]Biffo.[/bold] wrote: There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.[/p][/quote]Me too! molsey

10:33am Mon 16 Dec 13

white rabbit9 says...

molsey wrote:
Biffo. wrote:
There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.
Me too!
I would call it a costume. We all wear costume's and goto a place and act out some sort of play. Look at everywhere, we all play a part in this play. Some actually believe their parts are so real it is scary. I have a police uniform on, "makes me more powerful than GOD".
[quote][p][bold]molsey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Biffo.[/bold] wrote: There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.[/p][/quote]Me too![/p][/quote]I would call it a costume. We all wear costume's and goto a place and act out some sort of play. Look at everywhere, we all play a part in this play. Some actually believe their parts are so real it is scary. I have a police uniform on, "makes me more powerful than GOD". white rabbit9

11:31am Mon 16 Dec 13

Biffo. says...

I bet she looks the dogs danglers all suzzed up. She can come over and watch p0rn on my flat screen mirror anytime.
I bet she looks the dogs danglers all suzzed up. She can come over and watch p0rn on my flat screen mirror anytime. Biffo.

3:09pm Mon 16 Dec 13

molsey says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
molsey wrote:
Biffo. wrote:
There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.
Me too!
I would call it a costume. We all wear costume's and goto a place and act out some sort of play. Look at everywhere, we all play a part in this play. Some actually believe their parts are so real it is scary. I have a police uniform on, "makes me more powerful than GOD".
Hallelujah, right on, go man.
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]molsey[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Biffo.[/bold] wrote: There's just something about a woman in uniform. Cuff me Steph.and be ruff with it dear.[/p][/quote]Me too![/p][/quote]I would call it a costume. We all wear costume's and goto a place and act out some sort of play. Look at everywhere, we all play a part in this play. Some actually believe their parts are so real it is scary. I have a police uniform on, "makes me more powerful than GOD".[/p][/quote]Hallelujah, right on, go man. molsey

3:25pm Mon 16 Dec 13

cookster says...

You lot are bloody weird
You lot are bloody weird cookster

5:27pm Mon 16 Dec 13

white rabbit9 says...

cookster wrote:
You lot are bloody weird
I would say AWARE! waking up and seeing what is going on. Once you stand up from the rest, as the chinese saying goes, "the nail that sticks out from the rest is the first to get hit by the hammer".
The beliefs are all illusions, your belief vs my belief. Who wins?
[quote][p][bold]cookster[/bold] wrote: You lot are bloody weird[/p][/quote]I would say AWARE! waking up and seeing what is going on. Once you stand up from the rest, as the chinese saying goes, "the nail that sticks out from the rest is the first to get hit by the hammer". The beliefs are all illusions, your belief vs my belief. Who wins? white rabbit9

5:31pm Mon 16 Dec 13

white rabbit9 says...

http://www.liveleak.
com/view?i=a82_13871
75460

/\ This is from America, who would you side with? Can you explain any of this?

If you can't you must be even weirder.
http://www.liveleak. com/view?i=a82_13871 75460 /\ This is from America, who would you side with? Can you explain any of this? If you can't you must be even weirder. white rabbit9

7:23pm Mon 16 Dec 13

Biffo. says...

If she played 'er cards right she could be in my Christmas stockings.
If she played 'er cards right she could be in my Christmas stockings. Biffo.

8:36pm Mon 16 Dec 13

white rabbit9 says...

Biffo. wrote:
If she played 'er cards right she could be in my Christmas stockings.
Are you hoping she brings her hand cuffs?
[quote][p][bold]Biffo.[/bold] wrote: If she played 'er cards right she could be in my Christmas stockings.[/p][/quote]Are you hoping she brings her hand cuffs? white rabbit9

12:49am Tue 17 Dec 13

Biffo. says...

white rabbit9 wrote:
Biffo. wrote:
If she played 'er cards right she could be in my Christmas stockings.
Are you hoping she brings her hand cuffs?
Of course, that's a given. I'll let her pull my Christmas crackers too cause that's the sort of person I am.
[quote][p][bold]white rabbit9[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Biffo.[/bold] wrote: If she played 'er cards right she could be in my Christmas stockings.[/p][/quote]Are you hoping she brings her hand cuffs?[/p][/quote]Of course, that's a given. I'll let her pull my Christmas crackers too cause that's the sort of person I am. Biffo.

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