Working together to prevent Anti-Social Behaviour
Next week Surrey Police and partners are celebrating the great work that takes place to tackle anti-social behaviour (ASB), which has a huge impact on communities.
ASB takes many forms - rowdy behaviour, nuisance neighbours, drug dealing, intimidation, noise, graffiti - and it can be really confusing sometimes to work out which agency is responsible for tackling it.
ASB Awareness Week aims to help ensure people know which agency to contact and what can be done to deal with it so local issues can be quickly resolved.
In this area the following activities are taking place:
- Wednesday 24 July: Surrey Police and one of the Council’s Locality Officers, will be at Mercers Park, Nutfield from 1-3pm providing advice relating to ASB and open water safety.
- Thursday 25 July: High visibility patrols in key ASB hot spots in Oxted.
- Friday 26 July: High visibility patrols around in key ASB hotspots in Caterham.
To find out where to report ASB and the self-help options available, please visit the ASB information website www.healthysurrey.org.uk/your-health/community-safety/asb