Anti-social behaviour (CSSI review - Ward Panel Chairs)

Closed 1 Oct 2015

Opened 4 Sep 2015


The Community Safety and Social Inclusion Commission is conducting a review of the range of new powers introduced by the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014.

The purpose of the review is to understand the legislative changes, policy, and performance of the ASB service and to gain an understanding of new measures available to the council to tackle ASB. The review will also seek to understand how to balance enforcement and support, how the new powers are being used and whether they have improved responses to reports of ASB and whether Councillors, MPs, Assembly Members and others, are aware of these measures and whether they are being satisfactorily used to tackle ASB.

Why your views matter

As a part of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Bill: Measures for Tackling ASB review the CSSI Commission would like to hear from Hackney Ward Panel Chairs about their experiences of addressing ASB concerns raised by residents and their experiences of working with Safer Neighbourhood Teams, LB Hackney Community Safety officers and others in reaching a solution.


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  • Scrutiny commission/ panel


  • Understanding views
  • Gathering ideas