Event Summary

During 2022, England & Wales’s police forces received 1,039,579* crime reports about anti-social behaviour. Anti-social behaviour cannot be left unchallenged. With the launch of the new Anti-Social Behaviour Action Plan, it is vital that agencies know how to tackle ASB and how to work together to prevent these crimes.

Attend Westminster Insight’s Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour Digital Conference to hear from senior stakeholders and practitioners currently tackling ASB. The Rt Hon Chris Philp, Minister for Crime, Policing and Fire, who is responsible for ASB, will discuss next steps for implementation and the impact of the ASB plan on different agencies.

Learn how to manage and utilise limited resources as you will hear from housing, local council, and policing sectors on their remit to tackle ASB.

Use this conference to gain practical insights on information sharing, case management, early intervention.  Swift intervention can prevent behaviour escalating to a more serious level, and reduce the impact on victims.

You will listen to the experiences of victims of ASB including Baroness NewloveFormer Victims Commissioner, and learn what your organisation can do to improve its approach to support.

Gain practical insights from case studies on how to effectively include victims, communities and perpetrators in solutions to prevent ASB in the long-term.

Don’t miss the opportunity to use our digital platform to ask questions to speakers, and network with colleagues.

*ONS, 2022

Key Points

  • Exploring a multi-agency approach to tackling ASB
  • Next steps for the ASB Plan: Implementation and delivery
  • Building safer communities for all by reducing ASB crimes
  • Improving case management and information sharing amongst agencies
  • Incorporating victims, communities and perpetrators into the solutions for ASB
  • Moving away from ‘low-level’ approaches to ASB and putting it higher on the list of priorities
  • Learning from first-hand experiences: understanding the true impact of ASB