ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour in Rosyth will see increased patrols from South West Fife Police.

The reckless and irresponsible driving of off-road bikes at the Fleet Grounds have raised concerns with residents and led to an increased police presence in the area.

Councillor Brian Goodall, for Rosyth, brought the issue up after concerns were raised at a community council meeting.

He told the Press: "The issue of off-road-style bikes being driven irresponsibly at the Fleet Grounds in Rosyth was raised at a meeting of the Rosyth Community Council and I was able to bring up the issue with the local community police sergeant at a Rosyth councillors' ward meeting in July.

"It would be great to see some increased action from the police to address this problem and, hopefully, stop it recurring."

South West Fife Police say they will be stepping up patrols in a bid to clamp down on the problem and posted on Twitter: "We are aware of concerns in Rosyth about anti-social behaviour involving off-road bikes at the Fleet Grounds. We are increasing patrols in order to curb this behaviour."

They included the link to their Your Police 2022-2023 survey, designed to let the public influence local policing in the area. Visit: