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Get involved in ASB Awareness Week!

Unfortunately the UK’s first official ASB Awareness Week has been postponed until Autumn 2020

Resolve has been closely monitoring the changing situation with the Coronavirus pandemic and listened to the views of our members and partners. In the current climate, we have taken the decision to postpone ASB Awareness Week (originally to be held from March 30 – April 5).

asb awerenes postponedWe will reschedule all of our activity for the Autumn, and will be working with members to make sure our plans for ASB Awareness Week are now even bigger and better! We’ll be back in touch with new dates very soon.

We’ve been overwhelmed by your support for ASB Awareness Week! We’d like to thank all of our sponsors and partners for their support.

Please make sure you rearrange until later in the year any activities and social media that you had planned for the week so that we can all work together to raise awareness of this important challenge and the great work that you are all doing to make communities safer.

We’re very grateful for all your support and will keep you updated once new dates are confirmed. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us

Please let your communication teams know

Now we need your help to bring to light some of the great work being done by housing providers, councils, police forces, fire services and community groups to make communities safer.

Why take part?

Antisocial behaviour needs to be a national priority. We want this campaign to be a significant step in the fight against ASB in our communities.

  • ASB incidents are on the rise - there were an estimated 1.4 million incidents of ASB recorded by police in 2018. It is vital that ASB is a higher national priority
  • ASB is not a low-level crime – it is often the precursor to more serious crime such as knife crime and gang violence.
  • Investing in early intervention is key to tackling ASB
  • Working in partnership we can all make a difference – there is lots of great work being done by housing providers, councils, police forces, fire services and community groups to make communities safer. It is important that we celebrate these successes and showcase good 

How to get involved?

There are loads of ways you can highlight the great work you are doing to keep communities safe. Download our Media Pack where you’ll find all the resources you’ll need including logos, materials for social media, posters, t-shirts and other campaign materials.

Help us get #ASBAwarenessWeek trending between 30th March and 5th April!

  • Spread the word on social media – Use the graphics and template social media posts included in the Media Pack to raise awareness and showcase your work.
    There are social media banners to download. Click here to download the media pack.
  • Tell your stories – Encourage people across your organisation to record a short video explaining why tackling ASB is so important to them and the communities they live and work in. This could be your Chief Executive, those working on the front line, or even those who are affected by ASB. Post it on social media using the #ASBAwarenessWeek hashtag. Download a selfie frame, t-shirts and posters for your videos here.
  • Make the media – Highlight the great projects and initiatives you do to keep people safe in the local and regional press. Download a Press Release Template here or draft your own release.
  • Write to your MP – We want ASB to be higher on the national agenda. You can join us in calling for this by writing to your local MP using the template letter here. We’d also encourage you to invite your local MPs, Mayors and Council Leaders to visit any projects that you are running to keep communities safe during the week. Download an MP Template letter here

Resolve will be releasing new research to the national press as part of the launch of ASB Awareness Week – we’re always on the lookout for powerful stories to support this. If you’ve got a case study that you’d like to showcase then please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Help us get #ASBAwarenessWeek trending between 30th March and 5th April!

Other ways to take part:

  • Attend the Resolve 25 Conference during ASB Awareness Week where you’ll hear from speakers including Dame Vera Baird, the Victims Commissioner for England and Wales and Resolve patrons Lord David Blunkett and Baroness Helen Newlove, along with a wide range of industry experts and leading voices in community safety.
  • Sponsor the Resolve ASB Awards, which recognise the achievements of those working to make communities safer. Sponsorship opportunities are available for individual award categories and include places at the awards dinner.

ASB Awareness Week Supported

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  • I would recommend Resolve’s antisocial behaviour Quality Assurance Framework (QAF) as a fantastic way to have an independent refresh of your ASB service to ensure community safety partnerships are delivering a high standard of victim care.

    Jo Grimshaw, Antisocial Behaviour Manager
    Jo Grimshaw, Antisocial Behaviour Manager Surrey Police
  • The process was very straight forward and turnaround was very quick. The Resolve associate was knowledgeable and helpful. The feedback was returned in an easy format and informed our policy development going forwards.

    Samantha Allcott
    Samantha Allcott Housing Plus Group
  • The exercise was really worthwhile, and I would recommend it to any organisation wishing to ensure they are providing a high-quality approach (which satisfies regulatory standards) to their customers when managing cases of antisocial behaviour.
    A huge thank you goes to Resolve who worked step by step through this process with us.

    Regional Business Manager
    Regional Business Manager Moat
  • Our old model was different in each region and business area, having a slightly different approach to investigation, recording and monitoring. By harmonising the approach and creating a Community Safety Hub bringing together ASB, domestic abuse, hate crime and community cohesion, Resolve is helping Riverside deliver excellence to its customers.

    Dean Butterworth, Regional Director
    Dean Butterworth, Regional Director Riverside Liverpool City Region

If you have an enquiry about any of the services we offer or simply wish to ensure that you are maximising the benefit of your Resolve membership, please contact the Resolve team.

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