We're supporting ASB Awareness Week 2023, which aims to encourage communities to take a stand against antisocial behaviour (ASB).

Published: 29/09/2021

We're supporting ASB Awareness Week 2023, which runs from 3-9 July, and aims to encourage communities to take a stand against antisocial behaviour (ASB). 

Organised by Resolve, the UK's leading ASB and community safety organisation, the week features a series of events across the UK involving housing associations, councils, police forces, charities, community groups and sports clubs. 

What's happening near you this week?

Keep an eye out for our community wardens who’ll be out and about in our communities, letting you know how you can report ASB and what we can do to help you.

We're also attending Hammersmith and Fulham's ASB event this Thursday, 6 July 2023, where we will speak with Peabody residents, customers, and the broader community about all things ASB, working through cases and giving practical advice and guidance. Local partner agencies we regularly work with, such as the police, Community Safety, Education, Housing and Health teams, will also attend.   

We take ASB very seriously and do all we can to work with you to tackle it. Our local Community Safety teams recognise that continuing professional development in the community safety sector is crucial to ensure effective and efficient services. Team members will participate in various Resolve events throughout the week to develop their knowledge and help them support all our residents and communities.

Contact our Resident Safety Hub

Please don't suffer in silence if you're experiencing ASB. You can report any incidents or concerns to us, your local council, or the police if you're in immediate danger.

Our Resident Safety Hub is available to offer advice, guidance and support. They'll discuss the situation with you to find out more details and assess whether they think it needs further investigation. 

If they need to escalate the matter, they'll pass it over to your Neighbourhood Customer Specialist or our Community Safety team, who'll contact you. 

You can get in touch with the team using our ASB online form or by contacting the Customer Hub on 0300 123 3456.

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