POLICE have launched a new 'Zero Tolerance' policy to deal with yobs in North Wales, with Caia Park among the first to be targeted.
On Monday, July 14, North Wales Police unveiled their new 'Dyna Ddigon' - That's Enough - scheme to help deal with the rise in anti-social behaviour on community estates.
Initially, the scheme will be running in Caia Park, just weeks after the recent disturbances, and also in the Peblig Ward in Caernarfon, Kinmel Bay and Connah's Quay.
Up to 50 extra beat policemen will be recruited as part of the project, which will also tackle racism and underage drinking.
Anti-social behaviour orders will be part of the police's arsenal, and they will push for troublesome council tenants to be evicted. All culprits of disorderly behaviour will be challenged, reported or arrested.
Assistant Chief Constable Clive Wolfendale, spearheading the campaign, said: 'The message is simple, powerful and has a local resonance. 'We do not want town centres to become no-go areas for businesses and visitors because they are litter-strewn, chewing gum-splattered, graffiti-ridden wastelands. We don't want our beaches spoilt by beer cans, syringes and burnt vehicles.
'We've had enough of unthinking, careless and brutish behaviour which is adversely affecting the quality of life in North Wales.'
Police also want to contribute to schemes run in partnership with councils and the Prince's Trust.
The news comes after the Mail revealed last week how vandals targeted a toddlers' playground on the Ffordd Garmonydd Green in Acton.