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 help them to shape their policies and procedures to ensure victims of anti-social behaviour can easily invoke their statutory right to a review of their case. And crucially, that once activated, the Community Trigger brings about purposeful action to bring an end to the anti-social behaviour.
Our 89th (October 2019) resolution magazine is now available to download for all current resolve members.
This issue features a cover story about Criminal Exploitation, A Youth Inititiative from Northumbria police and much more.
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The statutory guidance for the use of the ASB Tools and Powers as per The ASB, Crime and Policing Act 2014 have been updated. These changes relate to a few minor technical points;
As Chief Executive of Resolve, I am delighted to launch and provide the first blog on the Resolve website, discussing the rise in antisocial behaviour, the importance of early intervention and partnership working and placing the victim at the heart of our response.
We are extremely proud to announce Baroness Newlove as a new patron of Resolve.
Baroness Newlove lost her husband 12 years ago after he stepped outside his own home to speak to some youths who were acting in an 'antisocial manner' and was brutally murdered.