Trick or treaters pelted homes with eggs in Gloucester last night despite patrols in the city by a new anti-social behaviour van. Our reporter Ken Goodwin spent the night on the streets to find out whether people thought it was a good idea.
There was a mixed reaction to a new anti-social behaviour van which went on patrol in Gloucester last night to help residents who were having problems. There were staff on board to deal with noise, rowdy tenants, nuisance or lawbreaking.
A new anti-social behaviour van was on patrol in Gloucester last night to help residents who were having problems on Halloween.The scheme is a partnership between Operation Solace - Gloucester City Housing's anti social behaviour unit - the city council and Gloucestershire Police.
There are staff on board who can deal with noise, rowdy tenants, nuisance or lawbreaking.
People who are going out tonight for Halloween are being warned by police not to take their pranks too far. Police will be patrolling the streets to tackle anti-social behaviour including troublemakers who may be throwing eggs or flour.