I am a pensioner living near the primary school on Macalpine Road, St Mary’s, and every day I listen and watch in horror at the bike racers speeding up and down our streets and around the area.
Police Scotland has received numerous calls over the last few weeks in relation to the anti-social use of motorbikes/scramblers in the north of Dundee.
Police have backed a video campaign created by teenagers called “Don’t be a Dick” which encourages young people to behave.
Fife Police have issued a warning to parents after reports of anti-social behaviour by children.
Police have identified a hotspot for antisocial behaviour after a summer of discontent in the local area.
People living in a Dundee tower block say they are terrified to let their children out to play as antisocial issues “spiral out of control”.
Police are investigating reports that pedestrians are being put in danger by yobs on motorbikes.
The brains of young people with the most severe forms of antisocial behaviour are “wired differently” to others – providing clues as to why they struggle to control and regulate their emotions, researchers say.
Police have asked parents to keep an eye on their children's whereabouts after a number of reports of anti-social behaviour in a local town.
Police have revealed how a primary school-aged boy was the “ringleader” of a criminal gang in an area of Dundee.
Certain areas of Dundee have been blighted by vandalism in recent weeks.
Police have stepped up patrols in an effort to deal with groups of up to 70 teenagers congregating at a Dundee retail park.
A resident in the Ardler area of Dundee has said “disgusting” anti-social behaviour is ruining his neighbourhood.
Drunk and violent teenagers are forcing a family to leave their home after turning a Kirkcaldy neighbourhood into a “war zone”.
A nineteen-year-old has spoken of the “strange and embarrassing” moment he was asked to leave McDonald’s because staff said he was too young to eat there.
A Dundee family has told of the horrifying behaviour that has made their close “unliveable”.
GIVE us more police on Dundee’s streets. That was the message from locals today as they responded to the results of a survey on the police service in Tayside.
COUNCIl chiefs in Dundee used covert surveillance powers on more than two dozen occasions last year.