Community Trigger workshop with Merseyside PCC – 23/06/21

Helping victims of ASB to get the right response More than 30 community safety organisations will receive training today to ensure victims of anti-social behaviour get the right response, thanks to the region’s Police Commissioner. Emily Spurrell has united with charity ASB Help to run the online workshop today (Wednesday 23rd June) which aims to […]

Will you take the ASB Help pledge?

The ASB Help Pledge: Will you take the ASB Help pledge?   More information on the Community Trigger and the ASB Help pledge can be found here:  The ASB Pledge  

Anti-Social Behaviour and COVID-19

Read our new blog post on COVID-19 and how it affects: The levels of anti-social behaviour How victims and perpetrators are dealt with Practitioners – how they must adapt to the changes Read the PDF here Feeling frightened? See here Feeling frustrated? See here  Feeling furious? See here  

A good example of practitioners using the Community Trigger…

ASB Help are very proud of PS Wyn Jones of Northamptonshire Police for being the first police officer we know of to activate the Community Trigger for a case of anti-social behaviour in his area. PS Jones recognised the benefits of the Community Trigger and by invoking it himself, the case is being managed collaboratively […]

Will you take the pledge?

The ASB Pledge Following a successful pilot, The ASB Help PLEDGE is now available for all organisations. ASB Help is committed to giving victims of anti-social behaviour a voice. We identified that by working directly with authorities responsible for managing the Community Trigger, and their partner agencies, we could advise them on best practice and […]