Discuss ASB at a series of roadshows
Dated: 16 Apr 2012[View Full Size]
Officers from Sunderland City Council and Northumbria Police will be on hand to discuss any residents concerns around anti-social behaviour where they live.
A series of roadshows will be held across Sunderland where people can talk to police officers and anti-social behaviour officers from Sunderland City Council and Gentoo, to discuss any issues they have or suggest ideas to improve an area.
Anti-social behaviour includes youth disorder, adult disorder, neighbour disputes, ball games nuisance, noise nuisance, smoking in enclosed public places, sale of alcohol to under 18s, broken street lights, rubbish, litter or fly-tipping, dog fouling, abandoned vehicles, vandalism and graffiti and intimidation and harassment.
If you're experiencing anti-social behaviour in Sunderland, you can report it to:
The Neighbourhood Helpline on 0300 1000 101. This is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and is run by Sunderland City Council
Northumbria Police on 101 if you're experiencing anti-social behaviour which requires a police response
Gentoo, if you're a tenant, on 0800 028 4445
The police on 999, if the behaviour is serious and there is a risk to your safety
Roadshows will be held on:
Saturday 21 April 10.00am to 3.00pm Sainsbury's, Silksworth West
Saturday 21 April 10.00am to 3.00pm The Galleries, Washington Washington
Tuesday 24 April 10.00am to 3.00pm Pallion Retail Park West
Saturday 5 May 10.00am to 3.00pm The Bridges East
Monday 14 May 10.00am to 3.00pm Gentoo Office, Concord Washington
Wednesday 16 May 10.00am to 3.00pm Bunnyhill Centre North
Wednesday 23 May 10.00am to 3.00pm The Hetton Centre Coalfield
Saturday 26 May 9.30am to 12noon Houghton Library, Newbottle Street(during library opening times and then moving
outside the library from 12noon to 3.00pm) Coalfield
Sunderland City Council anti-social behaviour officer Steve Kell, with Pc Steve Pritchard and CSO Jamie Fidler in Peat Carr, Hetton.