ANTISOCIAL behaviour in Honeywell is still the key priority for police in Darton.
The Darton crime meeting, chaired by Sgt David Baines, took place at Priestly Avenue Community Centre.
At the meeting, members agreed that Barnabas Walk in Honeywell remained the PACT priority after repeated complaints by Darton residents of graffiti, litter and fly-tipping on the street.
An intelligence report is to be filed regarding the McDonald’s outlet at the top of Canal Street, also in Honeywell.
The area was described as a ‘hotspot’ for gangs and antisocial behaviour including public urination.
Darton PCSO’s will continue to prioritise Barnabas Walk to reduce the amount of antisocial behaviour in the area.