A KEBAB shop that has been branded an “anti-social behaviour generator” would like to prolong its opening hrs irrespective of fears raised by law enforcement.

Istanbul Kebab House on 67 Victoria Street in Windsor city centre wants to near its doors at 1:40am on Mondays and Tuesdays, 3:40am on Wednesday, Thursday, and Sundays, and 4am on Fridays and Saturdays.

However, objections from Thames Valley Police (TVP), close by nightclub Atik, a resident, and deputy chief of the council Samantha Rayner brought on a licensing sub-committee on Monday, March 28 where by councillors will establish the application’s destiny.

TVP proposed the premises shut at 1:40am 7 times a week with no seasonable variation timings as it intensely criticised the kebab shop’s dealing with of anti-social behaviour, its prospects, and incidents that transpired outdoors the premises.

Several prepared statements from numerous men and women who do the job for TVP have been presented who have witnessed rowdy behaviour, uncontrolled crowds and queues that spill into the road, and fights.

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The statements assert door staff members and workers ‘ignore’ these incidents when they happen.

Incident and crime Sergeant Alasdair McLullich, who is primarily based at Maidenhead law enforcement station, stated he was assaulted by a male who was laying on the ground outside the kebab shop, which expected 6 officers to attend to the male when he went to the clinic.

He reported he had no guidance from Istanbul Kebab Household inspite of it going on outside its premises. He has also seen “disorder” occur exactly where employed security do not intervene or protect against incidents, requiring the law enforcement or doorway staff members from the nearby Atik club.

Sgt McLullich extra: “The clients will also be falling into the road as the pavement is not massive enough to have a significant quantity of folks standing on it which then also will cause issues for motorists.

“This does not look to be seen by the team within the store or they just disregard it as it is all going on outside the house.

“It is clear their focus is centered on serving customers somewhat than the concerns it is causing. We, the law enforcement, are then also possessing to transfer individuals back again onto the pavement to protect against harm or try to move them on.”

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TVP also submitted a number of incident reports in which fights transpired concerning night goers in the early mornings. Some stories claim the door workers had “no control” of the crowds.

Law enforcement and community guidance officer James Searle, who is based mostly at Windsor police station, said extending the shop hrs will be a “negative impact” on the local community and people.

He mentioned: “I strongly feel that getting these extra hrs will induce clients who will at this issue be by now intoxicated to congregate in and about Victoria Road.

“This will lead to an raise in ailment and criminal offense. The inhabitants are presently disturbed by noise from individuals collecting in the street all-around Istanbul Kebab House on Victoria Street and if this extension is granted, they would be afflicted additional.”

Windsor resident Penelope Banham said the sum of litter drop is an “eyesore and a well being hazard”. She also called the shop an “anti-social behaviour and litter generator” that “drains” TVP’s sources.