A silver Ford Focu car was driven recklessly around St Mary’s Church at the funeral of Caoimhin Cassidy who died the previous weekend in a stolen car which crashed into a lamp post on Fairview Road.
There were also a fracas after the service and later that day a youth was attacked with pack axes and suffered punctured wounds to his legs which police believe was carried out by dissident republicans.
And in the early hours of the following morning windows in a house were smashed.
Councillor Duffy said: “There has been an increase in anti-community activity across the City in recent weeks which Sinn Féin believes needs urgent action to ensure that there is no recurrence of these events.
“I have secured a meeting with the PSNI on Wednesday this week and we will be asking hard questions and expecting credible responses.
“Top of the agenda will be the increase in death driving which resulted in the death of a teenager in a stolen car last week.
“Unless this is tackled robustly I have no doubt that we will be looking at further fatalities in the future and most probably of innocent residents.
“We cannot be complacent in our opposition to this activity.”