Police operation to reduce Lincolnshire Halloween crime
EDUCATION, prevention and enforcement tactics aimed at delivering reductions in crime and disorder are being used to educate people by police this Halloween.
Lincolnshire Police receive an increase in calls around Halloween so have launched Operation Rhodolite which will focus on education, prevention and enforcement tactics, which are aimed at delivering reductions in crime and disorder.
This will be rolled out across the county until Wednesday, November 6.
Officers are working closely with local shop keepers to prevent the sale of eggs and flour to young people during this period and would also like to remind parents not to buy these items for their children. Parents are also reminded not to purchase fire works for children under the age of 18. Traders who are found selling fireworks to under 18 year olds will be dealt with by Trading Standards.
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Groups of youths causing a nuisance will be dispersed and complaints of damage, nuisance and harassment will be positively dealt with. Offenders may be issued with Unacceptable Behavior Warning Letters.
The Fireworks Regulations 2004 law states that it is illegal to sell fireworks or sparklers to anyone under the age of 18 and that it is illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to possess fireworks in a public place.
Failure to comply with firework legislation can lead to prosecution and a fine or a prison sentence.