Anti-social behaviour strategy
Maintain and develop effective partnership responses and information sharing to combat ASB.
Effective Partnership working is an integral part of our ASB Strategy as well as a statutory requirement under the Crime and Disorder Act 1998. The Community Safety Action Plan provides a robust partnership response encompassing a range of initiatives to engage, educate, communicate and support our communities. We will;
- Continue to be an active member of various partnership arrangements such as; Community Safety Partnership (CSP), Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA), Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC), Multi Agency Group for the Prevention of Youth Exclusion (MAGPYE) and Families First.
- Host and chair the ASB Forum to action plan hot spot areas and discuss high level cases of ASB and crime and police priorities.
- Conduct joint proactive patrols to increase reassurance and public perception.
- Enter into multi-agency safeguarding information sharing arrangements where appropriate.
- Develop relationships with statutory, non-statutory and voluntary sectors to enhance partnership working and create opportunities and improve outcomes for the residents of WHBC.