Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week | 3-9 July 2023

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Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week 3-9 July 2023

Slough Borough Council and Thames Valley Police will be working in partnership to focus on issues of anti-social behaviour (ASB) during ASB awareness week, which runs from 3-9 July 2023.

The national week of action, with the theme ‘Know Your Rights’, aims to encourage communities to take a stand against ASB and highlight the actions people can take if they are experiencing it.

During the week, there will be a series of activities to engage with residents, mainly focused around Chalvey and Langley.

There will be ASB disruptive patrols, ASB surveys and a community litter pick with Slough Anti-Litter Society and Chalvey Community Partnership on Sunday 9 July.

Teams will also be engaging with residents at already organised events to listen to community concerns, offer ASB and crime prevention advice and complete ASB surveys. This includes at coffee mornings, lunch clubs, exercise sessions and at Langley Carnival on Saturday 8 July.

Neighbourhood Watch is also running some online sessions on the topics of anti-social behaviour.

Monday 3 July, 12:00 -13:00 - Understand the changes to ASB legislation and know your rights

Tuesday 4 July, 16:00 - 17:00 - Understanding the changes in the Community Trigger

Wednesday 5 July 12:00 -13:00 - ASB on Public Transport

Thursday 6 July, 12:00 - 13:00 - How does the Community Safety Charter help you tackle ASB?

If you have any questions about the week of action, you can contact Esther Masters in the community safety team.