small Groups of young people, often no older than 15 years, who are already fighting from each other must be drawn in the vicinity of the train station: for the Bruges police, it was the past weeks, a familiar sight has become. Can't find mayor Dirk De fauw (CD&V). He took immediately robust measures and had extra patrols rock. Only it turned out that the young people anything but to scare off. This week, in walked a group of twenty young people to the police station and passed peacefully to ultimately a few hundred metres further on, on the Oostmeers, still on the fist to go. Twelve teens could be identified. “It's going to be a serious issue,” confirms The fauw.
Serious problems with fighting and the young at Bruges station: often is racism the cause
Brugge At the Brugge train station are all weeks of heavy problems with struggling young people. Extra painful is that there are in some cases racist motives. M
23 March 2019 Saturday 03:01
Brugge At the Brugge train station are all weeks of heavy problems with struggling young people. Extra painful is that there are in some cases racist motives. Mayor Dirk De fauw stresses that both the front and the back of the station daily extra patrols by police. “And we have meanwhile, our control region extended, as young people first, the patrols are circumvented and a few streets away yet begun to fight.”