Falkirk town centre: Police horses on patrol to tackle anti-social behaviour

Police on horse patrols were in Falkirk town centre on Friday night in a bid to crackdown on anti-social behaviour.

Sunday, 13th February 2022, 11:25 am
Updated Sunday, 13th February 2022, 11:25 am

They formed part of an operation to deter any problems - and re-assure the local community after it raised concerns.

Falkirk Community Team was joined by the mounted branch - PH Elgin and PH Harris- and officers also carried out foot patrols.

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They spoke to a large numbers of youths throughout the night in various areas of the town centre, providing them with advice and responding to a number of incidents of anti-social behaviour.

These included dealing with a 17 year old male who has been charged with acting in a threatening and abusive manner.

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