Please see the lists of various resources, links and details of events and training provided by a number of organisations who specialise in tackling anti-social behaviour across England and Wales. If you would like to feature on this page or provide further resources to this website then we would love to hear from you.
Jim Nixon, the founder of The Community Safety Podcast has been working in Community Safety and ASB for over 25 years. He started his career in 1995 working for West Midlands Police where he reached the rank of sergeant and specialised in Neighbourhood Policing. Following his retirement, Jim continued to work within the field for a housing provider and in 2018 was appointed as the ASB Operational Lead at a Midlands based Local Authority.
Jim’s dedication, passion and drive knows no bounds and in 2021 Jim launched ‘The Community Safety Podcast’ to bring about change in communities in the 21st Century. The podcast has become a huge success with over 32,000 downloads and a top 1% worldwide podcast. Jim has now also secured sponsorship for a second series.
The podcast provides a valuable insight into a wide variety of subject areas such as domestic violence, exploitation, anti-social behaviour and knife crime. Jim has some thought provoking discussions on each of these subjects with some of the UK’s leading experts in those particular fields.
Jim also provides a wide range of services including support with regards to intermediate and advanced level ASB training courses, as well as case reviews as well reviewing ASB policy and procedure.
Visit www.thecommunitysafetypodcast.co.uk to find out more and listen in.
Capsticks have recently held an ASB discussion hour with a number of their clients including housing providers and a local authority to discuss how they have been managing ASB during the Covid-19 outbreak. Please click on the following link to listen in: https://www.capsticks.com/insights/video-anti-social-behaviour-asb-discussion-hour
Capsticks also offer a number of training course some of which are detailed below: