Proactive patrols in Bingham after residents report anti-social behaviour at Market Place, Station Street and Bingham Train Station
Officers have responded to residents' concerns with a proactive patrol around the anti-social behaviour hotspots in Bingham.
The force said it had received various reports of anti-social behaviour in Bingham, in particular in the Market Place, at Station Street and at Bingham Train Station.
PC Steve Mathias and PCSO David Wesson patrolled Bingham town centre.
Inspector Craig Berry said: "After various recent reports of anti-social behaviour in Bingham, officers paid particular attention to the Market Place, Station Street and Bingham train station.
"Due the recent lockdown all areas of Bingham were quieter than normal.
"Police would like to thank local residents for the way they have conducted themselves during this period."
The force would like to hear from you and your concerns. You can contact officers through Facebook.
To report an incident call 101.