‘Zero tolerance’ to anti-social behaviour at bus station

Police say anti-social behaviour at King's Lynn bus station is a priority Picture: Ian Burt

Police say anti-social behaviour at King's Lynn bus station is a priority Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

Police have made six arrests, seized six bikes and issued more than 30 dispersal orders in a less than a fortnight at a hotspot for anti-social behaviour.

Gangs of youths gathering at King's Lynn bus station, near the Vancouver Quarter, have become a priority for officers in the town.

Members of the local policing team say they are taking a "zero tolerance" approach to problems, adding on social media: "This remains a priority for local officers as we aim to make the town centre a safer place to visit."

Last night, they made two arrests and issued six dispersal orders.

On Sunday night, there were four arrests, 15 dispersal orders and three bikes seized.


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And on Saturday, January 11, officers issued 11 dispersal orders and seized three bikes.

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