Zetland FM Local News - 20th September 2018
An emergency service response had to be made after a high risk person went missing in Saltburn;
Neighbourhood officers in Redcar are reminding the public to report anti-social behaviour in our area;
...and it's been a windy 48 hours throughout Redcar and Cleveland.
An emergency service response had to be made after a high risk person went missing in Saltburn.
Cleveland Police, alongside the Staithes and Redcar Coastguard rescue teams were called in to search for the person on Monday night.
Redcar RNLI also helped in the search and the person was located and left with police.
The public are being reminded that for all coastal emergencies, you immediately dial 999 and ask for Coastguard.
Neighbourhood officers in Redcar are reminding the public to report anti-social behaviour in our area.
In response to complaints of ASB by residents and businesses within the Coatham ward, for the past eight weeks officers have been identifying those responsible and taking positive actions against these individuals with partner agencies, including the ASB team from Redcar and Cleveland Council. Through this work the teams have witnessed a reduction in ASB but are aware this issue still persists.
Now officers have said that they will continue to identify and target these offenders and escalate enforcement action against those already identified.
You can report Anti Social Behaviour in your area on the non-emergency number 101 or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
It's been a windy 48 hours throughout Redcar and Cleveland.
Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council are reminding the public that their Customer Service team are working hard to take calls as quickly as possible so if you come across any damaged trees, please report this to the Customer Service team on 01642 774774 and our tree team will respond as soon as they can.