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Police called to house parties in Aylesbury

Police had a busy evening yesterday as they were abused for trying to keep people safe.

Published by Mix96 News at 9:23am 11th April 2020. (Updated at 1:41pm 11th April 2020) 2-minute read.

Police called to house parties in Aylesbury

Police spent all evening trying to 'catch kids and being abused' in Aylesbury.

The team posted to Facebook last night, saying they were exhausted and hadn't stopped after a busy evening  trying to 'catch kids and being abused'.

This comes as they continue to keep people safe and enforce the current lockdown guidelines.

They also visited numerous people having house parties and conducted patrols of Haydon Hill park after reports of youths smoking drugs and gathering in the park.

Thankfully no one was at Haydon Hill when they patrolled the area.

The current Government guidelines state there should be no public gatherings of more than two people.

The team also said they know its a Bank Holiday, but please don't treat it as such and they're asking people to start following the rules before they become more stringent.

114 calls

Aside from domestic incidents, burglaries and road related issues there was 114 calls yesterday to police in Aylesbury Vale concerning breaches of the Health Regulations.

For a police area the size of Aylesbury Vale this is putting a considerable demand on officers, Contact Management staff taking the calls and the Control Room staff trying to resource them.

All calls are being reviewed at least twice and an appropriate response is being put in place.




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