Two males have been arrested within the Holyland space of south Belfast as police renewed a warning about younger individuals adhering to Covid-19 laws.
A 22-year-old man was issued a £1,000 positive for breaching journey quarantine restrictions.
He was additionally charged with assaulting a council worker and two cops.
A 20-year-old man was arrested for disorderly behaviour.
The PSNI stated it’s working with universities, additional schooling schools, accomplice companies and area people and resident teams to deal with any delinquent or felony behaviour within the space.
They added that 13 calls had been acquired on Monday night about actions within the Holyland space, with a group decision discover and a hard and fast penalty discover issued.
Ch Insp Gavin Kirkpatrick stated officers had been “vocal in our warnings to younger individuals” and can take motion “the place we see breaches of the laws or delinquent or felony behaviour”.
‘Wreck and smash’
“We once more remind college students residing off campus of the significance of constructing good relationships with native residents and being respectful of the wants of the entire group,” he continued.
Inexperienced Get together councillor Áine Groogan stated the spike in anti-social behaviour is “solely predictable at first of a brand new college time period but it surely’s additionally exceptionally harmful within the midst of a pandemic”.
“The general public well being dangers of younger individuals congregating in small areas at current are large.”
She added that the Holyland space had been let go to “wreck and smash for a few years” and that “the duty lies with authorities at many ranges in addition to statutory companies”.
“On this first occasion, I need to see the Division of Justice allow a extra strong response to anti-social behaviour.
“I would urge the justice minister to convey ahead workable laws to convey our anti-social behaviour regulation in keeping with different components of the UK.”