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Joint effort to tackle teenage trouble makers.

Police and Sandwell Council officials have banded together in a bid to tackle teenage trouble makers.

The move follows residents' complaints about the behaviour of youths on the Grace Mary Estate in Tividale.

Investigations were carried out by local police officers and the council's Anti-social Behaviour Team.

A report by council officers reveals that unidentified youths have been creating a nuisance and annoying residents, specifically in the vicinity of Hilton Road.

Oakham and Tividale neighbourhood offices have written to people living in the area and given them with monitoring sheets to gather more information.
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Publication:The Birmingham Post (England)
Date:Sep 8, 2000
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