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Working together to tackle anti-social behaviour

22 July 2021

Colleagues in our community safety unit have joined forces with organisations across Derbyshire to support Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week.

The national week – which runs from 19 to 25 July – aims to help make communities safer by raising awareness of the issue and providing help and support to people who are affected by it.

Staff are working with partners including Derbyshire Constabulary, borough, district and city councils, housing providers, Derbyshire Victim Support, Derbyshire Fire & Rescue Service and the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner.

Together they’ve created an online ‘hub’ of information on what anti-social behaviour is, which agency to report it to, how organisations tackle it and what support is available if you or someone you work with is experiencing it.