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Police have placed a dispersal order after members of the public in Redcar raised issues with antisocial behaviour;

A cyclist has sadly died following a collision in Middlesbrough on Friday evening;

...and the Cleveland Police rural crime team have been working with the residents of farms in the Eston Hills area to tackle problems with off road vehicles and associated antisocial behaviour.

 

Police have placed a dispersal order after members of the public in Redcar raised issues with antisocial behaviour.

The order has been placed in the areas of Micklow Close, Roseberry Square and Ayton Drive and began yesterday afternoon for a period of 48 hours.

The order provides Officers and PCSOs with the power to disperse an individual or groups of people from an area if they have been or believed are likely to engage in antisocial behaviour.

If they fail to leave the area or return within the period when the dispersal order is in place, they can then be arrested.

 

A cyclist has sadly died following a collision in Middlesbrough on Friday evening. 

The 33-year-old man, who was riding a red pedal cycle, was involved in a collision with a BMW 330 estate around 7pm at the junction of Cargo Fleet Lane and South Bank Road. 

The man suffered serious injuries when he struck the vehicle, before falling to the floor. 

He was taken to James Cook University Hospital for treatment, but sadly died on Wednesday evening. 

Inquiries are on-going and anyone who witnessed the collision or who may have captured it on dash cam is asked to contact the Collision Investigation Unit within the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency number 101.

 

The Cleveland Police rural crime team have been working with the residents of farms in the Eston Hills area to tackle problems with off road vehicles and associated antisocial behaviour.

The team have provided large concrete blocks to physically prevent off road bikes, quads and 4x4s, from accessing farmland.

The process, which is known as ‘target hardening’, aims to reduce the likelihood of land being accessed to cause criminal damage and antisocial behaviour.

Installing the blocks is the latest move in an ongoing partnership with landowners, rural communities and other partners to protect the Eston Hills area.


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