Subject: Reporting of Anti-Social Behaviour
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2021 14:57:32
From: Nicole Rickard, East Suffolk Council
Whilst East Suffolk is a very safe place to live, unfortunately there are a minority of people whose behaviour is anti-social, so we want to work with your community to identify and tackle Anti-Social Behaviour (or "ASB").
Through partnership work between the Police, District Council and representatives from Parish Councils, it has been identified that there appears to be an under-reporting of ASB issues. Whatever the reason for this, the lack of information received about incidents restricts the ability of District Councils and Police to take action.
This document encourages residents to report Anti-Social Behaviour to either Suffolk Police or East Suffolk Council. [You can also download a copy by clicking on the image.]
[For technical reasons, the links above won't work by clicking on the image,
but the links below will do so —
For additional information and resources visit our new «Anti-social behaviour» page here.]
In preparation for the time of year when ASB tends to increase, along with relaxing of lock-down restrictions, we'd appreciate your support in sharing this message across your area.
Further advice from Suffolk Police can be found at their First Principle Crime Prevention A-Z page on their website www.suffolk.police.uk/advice/crime-prevention-z, where guidance on a variety of related issues can be found. [The "Anti-social behaviour" link there is a download]
Nicole Rickard | Head of Communities
East Suffolk Council and
NHS Norfolk & Waveney / Ipswich & East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Groups