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So sorry to here about the case against your mum. It's shocking . My own mother scalded junkies in her close  who were shooting up she was 77 at the time and the coppers tried to charge her with it . About 200 people demonstrated outside the local cop shop with placards demanding justice . In the end my mum was never charged we also took the case to our local MP and DEMANDED he do something about it . After all  he is paid to represent the community not the community representing him. I really do not try to advocate violence but we all know the coppers are never there when they are trully needed. It's a pity there is not enough community spirit left

Thanx for the feedback you too Frankie  xx


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Absolutely disgusting!!  another bumper... there was a party on in town leisure complex for the youths, an annual thing. Two girls were set upon by 3 boys due to one of them havin words with another girl, all around 17/18 yrs old, one o the boys swiped at a girl with some sort of blade, her pal put her arm across to stop the girl's face getting it and ended up with a slight gash on her hand. The girls headed away 'scared' to go home, a police car came along and they stopped it, asked the policemen if they'd give them a lift home and showed them the cut, the reply was ' aye that'll be right but i'll give ye a night in cells if ye want.' then drove off.   

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  Fuckin shocking Ma !

  So many horror stories re the polis what if the poor girl had bled to death ? or worse attacked or raped on the way home ? What the F... are we paying the polis to do ? I get so angry Ma when I hear horror stories like this

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Exactly dejavu, it's a f****n disgrace to the U.K this police farce, i'm only thankful i didn't let my daughter go for i was worried there would be trouble there, it was her pals it happened to.



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Thats typical of them it`ll take something serious to happen and even then they`d get off with it

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Its a bit mental i tell ye, i had to catch the shop on saturday night before it shut to grab some baby milk and i bumped into all the local 'young team' who know me through their older brothers,cousins or dads even,anyway i know this bunch of youngsters and they are VERY anti-smack,in fact a few heroin addicts will go out there way to avoid them..

BUT>>>They all started telling me how they were "oot thur nuts on chico",they were all full of the bolivian marching powder!Now this is a new problem IMO,that youngsters (thankfully) are showing contempt for heroin...

but it perplexes me why they think poppin a few "eccies" and hoovering up some"charlie" is OKAY to do,its as if the message getting through to younger ones is ..as long as ye dont take smack yer awrite and i think its wrong,these are good kids but they were boasting bout taking coke like theyd just won a game of football!They honestly canny see the fact that coke is JUST as bad,maybe even worse(depending which way it is taken or what is done to it,etc) than heroin already is.

So now we have the new breed of 'young team' thinking coke is the new speed,its shocking some of the ages of them that are taking it and they come from good families aswell.Peer pressure is the cause IMO,its always been that way cos their too young to be claimin 'its a life choice'!Cheers

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its nice to know im not alone in this, we shold start a vigle anti group lol only kiddin, still tho the streets are changing


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  JK
So sorry to here about the case against your mum. It's shocking . My own mother scalded junkies in her close  who were shooting up she was 77 at the time and the coppers tried to charge her with it . About 200 people demonstrated outside the local cop shop with placards demanding justice . In the end my mum was never charged we also took the case to our local MP and DEMANDED he do something about it . After all  he is paid to represent the community not the community representing him. I really do not try to advocate violence but we all know the coppers are never there when they are trully needed. It's a pity there is not enough community spirit left

Thanx for the feedback you too Frankie  xx

I am sure that the voice of the people for the people will be heard...
 
"It's a pity there is not enough community spirit left"

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by the sounds of it this sort of thing is happining alot, this needs to be addressed on a larger scale, the goverment tried by giving out asbos to every wee fanny that stepped oot eh line but what does that achiev, im sure the neds round my way would see an asbo as a mark of honor!


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SUPER -ASBO'S
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cheers for that h6, gave me a bit more of an understanding of asbos and how there used, some realy good stories there


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Watch and listen to this video i found on youtube, I think it's suppose to be funny, personally i felt like crying......either way very thought provoking lyric and video content.



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something i had only ever heard of in Glasgow a few years ago appears to have spilled out all over Scotland, every village, town and corner of every city seems to have there own young team, youths aging between 12 and 21 feeling the need to adopt gang culture to achieve some kind of identity or maybe just the urge to belong to something, I'm all for unity especially when its energy is pointed in a positive direction but from my experience these "youths" are using there numbers to intimidate and push there weight around, I'm no blaming them but i definitely noticed a change of attitude in some of these ppl around the time films like "the football factory" and "green street"
were released, both good films that highlight the violence and comradeship in football hooliganism and in some ways glamorized the gang mentality, a know alot of these guys and girls never leave the house with being tooled up, one story a heard from mate of the local YT from my village that call them selves the YBB( YOUNG BALLINGRY BOYS) arranging a gang fight with the YT from nieghboring town Lochgelly the YLM(YOUNG LOCHGELLY MENTALS) over the website BEBO, this site is monitored by the police and a few computers and mobile phones were taken from the ring leaders, this is gettin crazy

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  Morning Ross

  As I work as a youth justice worker thought I would post a wee bit of info about ASBO's.  More adults in the Lothians have  been the subject of ASBO's than young people . The media constantly associate ASBO's with young people . Sheriffs in the Lothians are reluctant to issue ASBO's to youths,which blows the arguement apart that young people would use ASBO's as a "badges of honour". I agree that youths hang around in large groups are intimidating. However when I have engaged with these young people in my area they say they feel safety in numbers. I am not trying to excuse their behaviour

Edinburgh City Council issue Acceptable Behavour Orders (ABCs) which can result in youths parents being threatened with eviction from their council homes if their children do not comply with the order. In the case of parents who are home owners they are the subject of the Anti-Social Behaviour Team (ASBIT) this is a long process. Before an ASBO is issued to a young person many agencies are involved  social work.youth justice workers like myself, youth action teams (YAT) housing officers etc etc. Hate to say this but parents are responsible for their children's behaviour under the age of 16.
Many youths I speak to complain to me about the way adults speak to youths . I have witnessed myself adults swearing and threatening youths, which is nothing less than anti-social behaviour from adults!. In my own area we have the gang culture too . The Young Mental Royston (YMR) have terrorised their own people . Where do they learn this from ? adults who are cardboard gangsters getting young people to sell their dirty drugs  crack, smack etc.

If all members of the community worked together we can do something about it . Keep our young people safe and out of prisons  

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morning dejavu

i must agree, they are all valid points, even in my area i have seen evidence of adults behaving in a far worse manner than any kids, i also feel that the youth of today can be used as a scapegoat for underlying issues in certain community's, i suppose iv been focusing on the youth side of things as its something i could have very easily slipped into and i feel like i can relate to alot of the issues highlighted, I'm glad iv found somewhere i can vent my frustrations in a civilized way, cheers for all the feed back everyone

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