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Update on: "AGAIN!"


By alextb


Many of you suggested getting in contact with my MP and the media.

I have put the media thiught on the back burner for now, but have contacted the following to make sure I can get the results I want:

- Police Inspector
- Safer Neighbourhoods Team Sergeant
- MP
Neighbourhood Manager (Council)
- Council Anti
Social Behaviour Team
- Line Manager for Neighbourhood Managers (Council)

I decided to contact the Line Manager for my Neighbourhood Manager, as she is not very good at tackling problems and usually just can’t be bothered to deal with the problems I raise.

Let’s hope taht something gets done.

I got an e-mail this morning from my neighbourhood Manager saying that the case was now in the hands of the Anti-social Behaviour Team, and was not her responsibilty, (eventhough she is the representative for their landlord THE COUNCIL!)

If this doesn’t get it sorted I don’t know what to do.

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When I went home yesterday, I saw the boy causing all the trouble walking towards me up teh street and was expecting a barage of abuse, but instead he walked past me and said nothing.

I thought this was very odd, intil I saw a PCSO from our local Safer Neighbourhood Team standing outside the estate, and put 2+2 together.

He must have thought if he said anything I was mention so to the PCSO.

19 Nov, 2010


Well, I hope things will continue to be quieter for you, Alex. It's a long enough time coming and it would be nice to get the problem sorted for your peace of mind.

19 Nov, 2010


I am so sorry to read about your trouble with that awful boy. It is amazing how one person can make life difficult for so many people and know he can get away with it.
Take care.

19 Nov, 2010


Well done, DO NOT GIVE UP. keep going up the ladder of hierarchy, you will get this sorted. If the little s**t , who causes most of the problems lives on the estate and the family are council tenants, the council can get them removed under tenancy agreements. Hold your head high and don't let the council wish-wash this away.

20 Nov, 2010

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