Bilton councillor Matt Scott has met with local Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs) to discuss recent reports of antisocial behaviour.
Commenting on this Cllr Scott said: ‘It is always time well spent walking the streets with Bilton’s PCSOs. They provide a vital role in our community and it was great to see people stop them to say thanks for what they are doing.”
“We spent time talking to Pine Street allotment holders and talking to young people in Woodfield Park about Bilton Youth Club. The PCSOs told me that, despite recent media coverage, levels of antisocial behaviour in Bilton are no higher than previous years.”
“I also met separately with PCSO Lisa Wilson to walk along the Nidderdale Greenway where there have been reports of nuisance off-road motorbikes being ridden. I was pleased to see flyers have been put through doors locally asking for information on this. I know our local police are doing all they can to tackle this and I urge anyone with information to pass it on to PCSO Wilson.”
If you have any information on the off road motorbikes you can contact PCSO Wilson (collar number 5745) at email@example.com or by calling 101.