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Police patrol anti-social behavior ‘hotspots’ in Farnsworth and Kersley

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Officers are patrolling so-called ‘anti-social behavior hotspots’ and in Farnsworth and Kersley on Wednesday evening.

Recently, the focus has been on Brackley Street in particular after complaints about children climbing onto roofs.

Greater Manchester Police said: “Local PCSO Farnsworth and Kearsley Neighborhood teams are regularly patrolling hotspots with anti-social behavior this evening.

“An area of ​​interest is around Brackley Street, Farnsworth.

“We have recently received several complaints from residents and business owners about children climbing onto roofs and creating a general nuisance in the area.”

Police have been carrying out similar patrols across the city in recent weeks to combat anti-social behaviour.

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