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On 4 Jul 2008 at 11:12pm new one wrote:
whats going on all i see is a car or two over the green and five or six kids having a joke i have spoke to them even the so called leader yellow car and nova man they are all just young lads ang lasses with no where to go
 
 
On 5 Jul 2008 at 5:09am I was young once wrote:
I don't think anyone has an issue with them gathering for a natter etc. It's when they start intimidating people who walk past them and driving their cars at breakneck speed around the narrow streets of an estate.
 
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On 5 Jul 2008 at 12:27pm frankfurtersausage wrote:
That fact that they have cars means they could go anywhere!.They can afford cars and insurance, road tax (as if!) petrol, and alcohol, perhaps they could find a few pennies to sod off the estate for a while (or forever!)
 
 
On 5 Jul 2008 at 2:17pm anonon wrote:
I dont know these young people, neither have I seen them around as I do not live near them. I have read a lot about them on here & may have formed an unfair opinion of them from that I dont really know. The point is if their vehicles are taxed & insured they have every right to be there even if only one (or even none) of them lives there. Any group or gathering of people be they young or old can seem intimidating but that doesnt mean they are behaving badly. I think if these youngsters are being a pain you need to approach them civily or be rational & stick to the relevant facts when reporting them to the police or council otherwise it all falls on deaf ears & the actual legitimate problem is lost & not addressed.
 
 
On 5 Jul 2008 at 5:19pm frankfurtersausage wrote:
As you say, you dont live near them. The fact is, they are intimidating because of their behaviour and total lack of respect for people and property around them!. Once i saw one of the vehicles come to an almost emergency stop there then procede to get a little girl aged about 2 out of the back of the car! They are total pains!. Trying visting the park there on a warm afternoon and listen to the filth and obsenities, and also crap music coming from their gathering
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 11:37am anonon wrote:
Maybe if several of you keep a diary of events as they happen giving times of day & description of cars & those offenders presen. Give a copy each month to the police, the council & the relevant environmental people & they may be able to act on it. They may even be able to witness some of the offensive stuff because if there is a regular pattern to their gatherings the council etc. can justify arranging to check it out after working hours if necessary.
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 12:06pm The Tooth Fairy wrote:
Quite agree anonon, we'll do the job of the police because they're too busy to do it and we've all got loads of spare time.
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 12:38pm anonon wrote:
I am only trying to be realistic Tooth Fairy! If the problem is as bad as everyone is saying & they want something done then there is no point just whining about it & moaning about the lack of support from the authorities. Give them something positive to work with...hard facts & details in writing - then you can complain if nothing is done about it. Spare time or not if people cannot be a***d to do something to help themselves then it cant be that much of a problem to them.
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 12:43pm disgruntled wrote:
anonon I hope you have the opportunity to experience the problems these young people cause and the frustration felt by those of us who HAVE communicated with the relevant authorities on many occasions with little effect. Perhaps then you will understand and stop these supercilious comments.
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 4:18pm anonon wrote:
I dont see anything supercilious in those comments, I am not unsympathetic to the problem but a few individuals ringing the authorities is not enough. We do all have to put everything in writing nowadays to get results in many difficult situations, authorities cannot act on a few vague complaints via telephone calls, nor will anyone thoroughly investigate every apparent misdemeanor from word of mouth. They need evidence with some weight behind it to enforce any action or its just wasting everyones time. It not a case of people not understanding if these people are doing something illegal take action & prove it...that way police can be more assertive, the council can evict & environmental can fine them!
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 8:04pm The Super K wrote:
Anonon. Like you said you have no experience of them or their behaviour. So keep your Pro PC Cr@p about how to deal with them to yourself UNLESS you want to take your kid to the park and put up with them swaring and such, then feel free to try and speak to them.
Don't forget these are the same "kids" that less than a year ago were streaching string/wire across the road to try and mame cyclists.
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 8:48pm frankfurtersausage wrote:
Its the neighbours I feel sorry for. The one next door has just put a new drive in, probably because there is never anywhere for him to park!.
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 8:49pm anonon wrote:
Why does everyone respond in such a hostile manner? If you react to everyone who suggests ways to help with such hostility I'm not suprised you do not get results & one is forced to wonder how you react to an enemy as you are coming across as no better than those who you say are unapproachable. I am defrinately not pro PC I think it all stinks that nobody can get anything done, I also do not doubt everyones words are true & that these 'kids' are doing the things you all claim. I am just saying if it was my neighbourhood & effecting my family I would do everything I could to get it stopped by the proper avenues & if that meant spending time writing letters, keeping a diary & holding proper meetings with neighbours etc. & getting the authorities onside then I would find the time to do it. If it is as bad as you all report then why wait until these gatherings become more menacing & someone gets hurt, you need to nip it in the bud & show them you will not sit back & let them get away with spoiling an area for everyone.
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 8:52pm anonon wrote:
Why does everyone respond in such a hostile manner? If you react to everyone who suggests ways to help with such hostility I'm not suprised you do not get results & one is forced to wonder how you react to an enemy as you are coming across as no better than those who you say are unapproachable. I am defrinately not pro PC I think it all stinks that nobody can get anything done, I also do not doubt everyones words are true & that these 'kids' are doing the things you all claim. I am just saying if it was my neighbourhood & effecting my family I would do everything I could to get it stopped by the proper avenues & if that meant spending time writing letters, keeping a diary & holding proper meetings with neighbours etc. & getting the authorities onside then I would find the time to do it. If it is as bad as you all report then why wait until these gatherings become more menacing & someone gets hurt, you need to nip it in the bud & show them you will not sit back & let them get away with spoiling an area for everyone.
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 9:41pm Dunk wrote:
Anonon, I think the main area where you sparked it off was when you said, and i quote :
"Any group or gathering of people be they young or old can seem intimidating but that doesnt mean they are behaving badly"
If you had not misunderstood all the previous pages of complaints on this group, you would have aknowledged that it WAS their actions and not their number that was the problem.
To be fair you had some good points but really, I get the impression that the group have been reported and that should be where it should be left and in hope that something IS done about it or atleast feedback that enquiries are undergoing.
 
 
On 6 Jul 2008 at 11:26pm anonon wrote:
Ok point taken but it is hard to write about anything if folk are set on being defensive & take eveything out of context all the time. You are right your quote is what I said & I stand by that as it is a fact that even when people are not doing anything, if you have heard about other peoples experiences you will natrally feel intimidated just by the presence of beit 2 or three or even more youths loitering in that vacinity regardless of what they are doing. I have read previous pages of peoples complaints on this group & have gleaned that they have been reported but nothing has been done as they are still clearly continuing to behave in an unacceptable manner & causing distress to people living in the area. My point is we all know that today you cant do anything without putting it in writing, gone are the days when you could ring anywhere & expect your problem to be sorted be it closing a bank account or disputing a bill. The youth of today know there legal rights & loopholes far more than most older folk. This lot probably realise a few random telephone complaints will not carry any weight so the police can only give them a 'keep it quiet lads' which is hardly going to steal there thunder.
 
 
On 7 Jul 2008 at 7:30pm Dunk wrote:
Fair enough point Anonon. I guess the down side to us lot communicating in text form is that its hard to express ourselves strongly without sounding too agressive or defensive. Your point that I quoted wasnt me trying to split hairs but merely just incase you hadnt read all of the other threads that may have altered your view on that one particular point.
ps, personally i think that when they are in their groups making noise, mucking about and minding their own - thats fine. Its really when they speed thru the narrow roads of our estate and verbally abuse others like they did to my elderly mother 2 weeks ago is really when i feel something should be done. Unfortunately my way of dealing with them would probably have the plod on my doorstep!
 
 
On 7 Jul 2008 at 8:21pm The Super K wrote:
Friday eve at 7pm seen buying drugs off a bald head, but black bearded man in an A reg Volvo. Can't be sure of the substance but it was in a little clear baggie.
Maybe we could keep the diary on here?
 
 
On 8 Jul 2008 at 9:54am Nevill Resident No....... wrote:
Heard some very good news this week Nova Boy has had a section 59 and followed up with having his car siezed.
Dont jump with joy too much? he had to pay to get it back and is now still driving it around. I dont fully understand the section 59 law but if he persists in being a Tw@t they can crush his car if siezed again.
to have siezed his car they have to issue a warning first then on future stopping they can sieze the car.
So who said the police dont do a good job.
 
 
On 8 Jul 2008 at 10:22am Taff wrote:
I dont think you can gauge whether the police are doing a good job or not on this 1 issue!
The immediate affect may turn out to be useful and good, long term..............?
It is good they have done something at least.
 
 
On 8 Jul 2008 at 10:33am Nevill Resident No....... wrote:
my point was more aimed at people saying the Police are doing nothing rather than a good job my wording was poor.
Hope you can see my point.
 
 
On 8 Jul 2008 at 5:52pm Dunk wrote:
Well then its good to see that things have been followed up on and is a good start.
 
 
On 8 Jul 2008 at 8:53pm disgruntled wrote:
Nova boy is indeed driving but in a different car! Also the long haired twit now has a large white Fiat van instead of the yellow cinquicento Reg No. T945 XAE which has been parked in the usual spot in Nevill Crescent for the past 2 days being used as an unofficual club house for the local layabouts. Please report to the usual authorities if this van causes problems, if he's not stopped Nevill Park will be a nightmare during the school hols.
 
 
On 9 Jul 2008 at 8:36am Nevill Resident No....... wrote:
Just so you all know a section 59 goes against the driver and the car so even if he drives like a fool in his mums car they can still sieze it keep reporting it's working.
 
 
On 9 Jul 2008 at 12:58pm disgruntled wrote:
Word is the long haired twit may be living in his white van and Nova boy has been chucked out by his parents also.
 
 
On 9 Jul 2008 at 1:40pm Taff wrote:
Would Nova boy know his way to Mountfield Road?
Cap in hand instead of steering wheel!
 
 
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