Police in Exeter are working hard to reassure the public that anti-social behaviour in the city centre is a priority and action is being taken.
Operation Loki high visibility foot patrols have continued all summer in the city and officers have made several important arrests recently, as well as working with partners such as the council to address concerns.
There are ongoing police and council efforts to tackle anti-social behaviour issues which can include street drinking, shoplifting, assaults, verbal abuse or drug dealing. During August, Devon and Cornwall Police have had some positive court results in the disruption of anti-social behaviour in Exeter.
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