Problem spots identified
STREET drinking, cannabis smoking and anti-social behaviour top the list of priorities for a police crackdown in the city centre.
The Jubilee Gardens, King's Walk and Eastgate Street car park have been identified as problem areas by officers.
A spokesman said: "Jubilee Gardens is currently an area which has been identified by the Gloucester City Community Team, local businesses and the City Centre Community Partnership, as having anti-social behaviour issues which include street drinking, cannabis use and rough sleeping.
"The top floors of King's Walk and the Eastgate shopping centre car parks have been identified as being an area frequented by motorists and young people after dark as a meeting area.
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"We aim to have frequent patrols in the areas by police officers and PCSOs to combat both these issues."