POLICE horses have been enlisted to help tackle anti-social behaviour problems in Bicester town centre.

For month there has been reports of repeated anti-social behaviour in the town, particularly in Sheep Street and Pioneer Square.

This paper reported on similar problems experienced at the nearby Bicester Library also.

This week, Thames Valley Police’s mounted section has been patrolling the town centre in the evenings to help combat the on-going problems.

It comes after several incidents of trouble, including a child who covered Pioneer Square in toilet paper, and youths running riot a the library (see below).


Child who TP'd Pioneer Square, Bicester, made to clean up the mess

Youths run riot at Bicester Library plagued by antisocial problems