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Anti-Social Behaviour Survey

Blackpool Coastal Housing

Police and Crime Commissioner Andrew Snowden has launched a county wide anti-social behaviour (ASB) survey. In leading the fight against crime, the Commissioner wants to see reductions in ASB across Lancashire and for that to happen a clear understanding of the scale and types of anti-social behaviour is needed to identify hotspots and to look at how the police and local partners can work better together to get tough on ASB and to keep local communities safe.

ASB can take many forms including intimidating and aggressive groups, drug dealing in residential areas, damage, graffiti, and the anti-social use of vehicles. What they all have in common is that they are a blight on our communities and make people feel unsafe in their homes and on the streets. Anti-social behaviour is one of the top concerns raised with Lancashire police.

Your survey responses will help to ensure that the right resources can be targeted to the areas where they are needed and that all Lancashire residents receive the policing service they deserve alongside support from other local agencies as needed.

Share your views at by Friday 2nd September 2022.

Blackpool Coastal Housing