Police investigating anti-social behaviour in Broughton Astley visit school to talk to parents and students

They said they were “engaging” with pupils and their families as they investigate “several reports” of anti-social behaviour locally

By Red Williams
Monday, 17th January 2022, 12:44 pm
Harborough-based officers turned up at Thomas Estley Community College on Station Road before 9am to talk to parents and students about the recent trouble.
Harborough-based officers turned up at Thomas Estley Community College on Station Road before 9am to talk to parents and students about the recent trouble.

Police investigating a mini-wave of anti-social behaviour in Broughton Astley went along to a school in the Harborough district village this morning.

Harborough-based officers turned up at Thomas Estley Community College on Station Road before 9am to talk to parents and students about a number of recent incidents.

They said they were “engaging” with pupils and their families as they investigate “several reports” of anti-social behaviour locally.

Youths in Broughton Astley are said to have been engaging in “anti-social behaviour outside a shop and riding around on scooters”, said police this afternoon.

“The talk with children and parents was pre-planned as part of Neighbourhood Policing Week,” said police.