POLICE say anti-social behaviour in Wrexham is 'steadily reducing' following work to address issues in the area. 

There have been a number of ASB incidents across Wrexham in the past few months, especially at the bus station. 

Inspector Luke Hughes has regularly voiced his concerns on the matter and has taken extra measures in an attempt to reduce incidents in the city. 

The measures brought in appear to have had an effect, with a steady reduction in ASB occurring in Wrexham. 


In his daily update, Insp Hughes touched on the work that had been done and plans moving forward. 

He said: "Youth anti-social behaviour is steadily reducing. I’m confident there is a direct correlation with ASB and the funfair and conversations will now take place with owners prior to its return to see how we can work together to prevent further issues.

"I’m also pleased to say that having worked closely with the local authority, we have been able to increase the visible presence of security and officers at the bus station, which had recently seen quite a few issues. These have now steadily dropped off to a ‘normal’ level.

"We will however continue to support some local changes to access and design to prevent the problem recurring.

"I confess, I took a little comfort from seeing that Chester City also had to issue a dispersal order last weekend as they too suffer a spike in anti-social behaviour."