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Antisocial Behaviour Awareness Week

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Hi Citizen

Antisocial Behaviour (ASB) Awareness Week 2022
Antisocial Behaviour (ASB) Awareness Week 2022 is coming up on 18-24th July. The ASB charity Resolve is leading the Week, and they would love as much support as they can get from Neighbourhood Watch groups. Here is a pack outlining how to get involved: https://www.resolveuk.org.uk/asb-awareness-week/resources-and-media-pack/153-media-pack-2022/viewdocument/153.

In particular, please find more information in the pack on the World’s Biggest Community Safety Meeting on Thursday 21st July. On Thursday 21st July, Resolve want as many community groups as possible to hold a meeting about antisocial behaviour – and be part of the World’s Biggest Community Safety Meeting. You could change the date of an existing regular meeting or hold a special meeting in person or online. But the main thing is to get as many people as possible taking part and focussing on efforts to tackle ASB. Participating groups will be sent a pack including a briefing note with information about ASB and suggested conversation starters; poster and flyer designs; social media graphics to use in the run-up to the event and on the day; and a template press release to secure media coverage. If you’d like to support the World’s Biggest Community Safety  Meeting and receive your pack, please contact Resolve on hello@resolveuk.org.uk.

Please share this widely and let us know your plans. For more information, support and advice on ASB visit ourwatch.org.uk/asb.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Best wishes

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH NETWORK, Central Support Team
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