Tag antisocial behaviour

Restorative Mediation: A Free Resource for Victims and Practitioners in London

Please see our latest blog post on the benefits of Restorative Mediation: A free service available to practitioners and victims in London. Blog Post  Additionally, please see here for a Restorative Justice Service Victim Referral Form: Restorative Justice Service referral form Victim April 2019

Podcast with Janine Green and Rebecca Brown on ASB during COVID-19

The podcast, hosted by Janine Green, shares some of Rebecca Brown’s (CEO of ASB Help) advice and practical tips around how best to deliver an ASB service in these challenging times and the tools that remain available to us to resolve issues and support victims. Listen to the podcast here: https://www.janinegreenasb.co.uk/podcast/janine-green-asb-chats-covid-19-and-asb/  Read our latest blog

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Interventions available to practitioners dealing with ASB during COVID-19

ASB Help has put together a list of interventions we believe practitioners can use and, in some cases, adapt to ensure cases continue to be managed and victims protected. Please read the full post here: ASB Practitioner Interventions available to use during COVID-19

What would the abolition of Section 21 mean for private landlords and victims of ASB?

Often, local communities hold landlords responsible for the anti-social behaviour that takes place in their properties. The National Landlords Association says that in a survey of over 4,000 landlords, 14% reported tenants engaging in anti-social behaviours such as noise, drugs and prostitution over the last 12 months. Currently, Section 21 can be used by landlords

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Housing Associations and the Community Trigger

Much of our work on the Community Trigger has focused on councils and police, mainly because they represent the lead agency across England and Wales.  However, housing associations are a key player in Community Safety and named as one of the relevant bodies in the Community Trigger legislation.  What are housing associations doing to promote

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Anti-Social Behaviour debate in the House of Commons (7/2/2019):

It is great to see Anti-social behaviour being debated in the House of Commons. It shows that MP’s are taking an interest in the concerns of their constituents and are using their voice to try and bring about change. It was noted that the only thing that is currently mentioned more in Parliament is Brexit,

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Police Distance

My last blog was about the Switchboard Stress of trying to contact local councils to find out some information about the Community Trigger.  A member of the public commented on the post on our Facebook page that they had been one of the people I was concerned about: trying to activate a Community Trigger through

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