Police have pledged to take action over trouble in and around a York park.
It follows feedback from residents about anti-social behaviour in the Rowntree Park and Millennium Bridge areas.
Neighbourhood officers were responding to the February community survey into issues in the area.
While many commented that it was largely a nice area where they felt safe, several problems were highlighted.
These included vandalism to the tennis courts in Rowntree Park, underage drinking in the area and bikes being stolen.
In response, police have pledged to increase targeted patrols and engagement with young people in ‘certain hotspot areas’.
They will “address issues of vandalism in the tennis courts” and carry out property marking events and police drop-in sessions.
And officers will “work with City of York Council on various issues such as littering and some signage that may be updated/repositioned”.
Police plan to send out letters to some residents with information on how to report shops selling alcohol to underage people.
Officers added: “Our designing out crime officer has conducted a survey and has highlighted several changes that could be made in the area to decrease crime and antisocial behaviour.
“They have assessed various things such as lighting, CCTV, open and concealed spaces, licensing, park boundaries and fencing etc.
“More consultation will be conducted around this.”
They urged people to report incidents on 101.