Bedfordshire Police would like to invite Luton residents to an event in Hancock Drive, Luton on Sunday 8 October between 2pm and 3.30pm.
The Luton Community Policing team and the force’s off-road bike riders will be there to speak to the residents about issues in their neighbourhoods, especially off-road and nuisance motorbikes. The force is dedicated to cracking down on the nuisance riders.
Community Sergeant Samantha Hunt said: “My team and I understand that this kind of anti-social behaviour is extremely disruptive and can be intimidating. We want to reassure our residents that we treat this kind of behaviour with utmost importance as it’s a dangerous and upsetting practice”.
“If you wish to have a chat with your local PCSOs about any other issue, please do stop by at our community engagement day in Hancock Drive. They will be available to discuss your local issues, give crime prevention advice and tell you what the force is doing to tackle the issues in your neighbourhood.”
You can tell us about your experience with off-road and nuisance bikes by filling out our Community Survey.
You can report nuisance bikes by calling Bedfordshire Police on 101 or by reporting it online on our Live 101 Web Chat.