Anti-social behaviour principles roadshows

From Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC):

The Home Office, alongside partners, are hosting a series of roadshows to discuss how the government’s anti-social behaviour Strategic Board’s principles can be used locally.

The principles are designed to be used by any agency/partner involved in tackling anti-social behaviour; for example, councils, community safety partnerships, police forces, health agencies, housing associations, civil society organisations, police and crime commissioners and any other agency involved in the process right from the moment an incident has occurred through to case closure and victim support.

Attendance is encouraged for agencies and partners mentioned above and registration details for the roadshows can be found below. Please note that places are available on a first come first served basis. Please let the organisers know if you are no longer able to attend so tickets can be re-allocated.

If you have any questions, please contact:

Register: (Wales, virtual event – 25 October) (London – 1 November) (Bristol, 15 November) (Birmingham, 22 November) (Leeds, 29 November) (Liverpool, 6 December) Guidance: