Bringing people and communities together to reduce crime and anti-social behaviour

Workshop: Practical ASB Reduction Strategies, London

Date: 16 Oct 2013

Venue: Central London

The problem of Anti-Social Behaviour is a priority concern for communities throughout the UK: therefore it ranks high among national and local political and policing priorities too. Partnerships can play a key role in addressing ASB problems within their communities. So how can Partnerships ensure they are treated as a major force in the battle to reduce ASB – and help deliver local reassurance? This workshop takes a look at official definitions of ASB, and how and why it has become a high-profile issue in central and local government and political circles. It considers the various government initiatives to reduce ASB – and provide support (and sometimes funds) to those who target it. The workshop will also consider the Coalition government’s proposed new tools and powers with which it proposes to replace the ASBO and other aspects of the previous government’s approach to managing ASB.

The Workshop brings together Delegates who want to learn, with Facilitators who can share their own relevant real-life experiences and in-depth knowledge. The aim: to ensure that Delegates leave better-equipped to address the issues in question.

Before the Workshop Delegates are asked to identify specific areas of special concern to them, so that the Workshop not only provides a wide range of useful information but also focuses on specific issues of practical concern to Delegates. Background information will also be made available to Delegates before the Workshop.


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