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Reducing anti-social behaviour in the car park at Asda Peterlee

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Julie Pearson, Ron Hogg, Pauline Duncan, Pam McCracken, Grahame Morris MP

The number of incidents of ‘boy racers’ causing anti-social behaviour at ASDA in Peterlee has reduced significantly, thanks to an initiative between ASDA and Durham Constabulary.

A barrier was erected at the entrance to the car park, and is routinely used every night, to stop people from driving into the car park and driving dangerously.

ASDA’s People Trading Manager, Julie Pearson, said “We’ve always been pleased to work with the Police to deal with incidents. Since the barrier was put in place, the number of complaints has gone down. There used to be several every month, but now there are very few indeed.“

Ron Hogg, Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner for County Durham and Darlington said “I’d really like to thank ASDA for putting the barrier in place. It has obviously made a difference to the area, to the benefit of local people”.

Grahame Morris MP said “This is a great example of partnership working between ASDA and Durham Police to address a serious and ongoing community issue. I would like to thank ASDA and the Police for doing all they can to stop ‘boy racers’ and dangerous driving in Peterlee”.

Note to editors

  1. For more information or for interviews, please contact PCVC.media@durham.pcc.pnn.gov.uk or phone 07814 174417
  2. The attached photograph includes:
  • Julie Pearson, ASDA People Trading Manager
  • Ron Hogg, Police, Crime and Victims’ Commissioner
  • Pauline Duncan ASDA Regional Loss Prevention Manager
  • Pam McCracken, ASDA Security
  • Grahame Morris MP
Posted on Wednesday 16th August 2017
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