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Be Heard

Being a Member of Resolve gives you a ‘seat at the table’ and the chance to be heard as part of a large collective.

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We are currently working with colleagues across Government on...

Along with the Home Office, we re-launched the ASB Case Review during ASB Awareness Week 2023. Now we continue work to introduce Specialist Housing Courts.

  • The ASB Ministerial Taskforce

  • Dangerous Dog Offences

  • Information Exchange with the LGA

We work with many national and local partners to further develop and improve policy and best practice. 

This includes:

  • The All Party Parliamentary Group on ASB
  • The ASB Taskforce chaired by the Secretary of State for DLUHC and the Home Secretary
  • The Home Office Strategic ASB Board
  • The ASB Panel launched by former Housing Minister during our ASB Awareness Week
  • Our own National Policy Advisory Group 
  • Victim Commissioners’ Advisory Board
  • National Housing, Domestic Abuse Policy and Practice Group
  • Home Office Voluntary Sector Forum
  • N8 Policing Research Partnership Advisory Board
  • Neighbourhood Watch Board

Participating in / leading on these groups is in addition to the extensive work we do ‘behind the scenes’, working with parliamentarians and policy makers on a weekly basis to drive improvements to national legislation on behalf of Resolve Members and all communities across the country.

Latest News

Written by: Tom Nevitt
On 27 March 2023, the Government’s new “Anti-social Behaviour Action Plan” was launched, setting out a number of plans and commitments to tackle ASB and ‘restore pride in communities’.  We we...
Written by: Tom Nevitt
New report from the Victims' Commissioner, published today (14 March), spotlights the crucial role victim advocates play in supporting victims through the criminal justice process. "I'd be dead ...
Written by: Tom Nevitt
This blog post looks at a research project investigating the power of systemic and structural narratives that impact stereotypes and create biases to domestic abuse, as witnessed by service pr...
Written by: Tom Nevitt
Here's an overview of the evidence we gave after consulting Resolve members at the Public Bills Committee (Tuesday 12 December 2023).  Criminal Justice Bill 2023-24 proposed changes and membe...
Written by: Tom Nevitt
In this blogpost, we look at the recently published Policy Paper outlining the upcoming changes from the Criminal Justice Bill.  What are the changes? ASB powers The bill enhances the power...
Written by: Tom Nevitt
Crime and Policing Minister, Chris Philp talks about the importance of tackling Anti-social behaviour.  Anti-social behaviour is a menace. It is not petty or ‘low level’ crime. It manifests i...