Anti-social behaviour

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Monthly ASB patrol information - November 2021

The Anti-Social Behaviour team carry out a wide range of actions to tackle ASB, working with a wide range of organisations to include local Safer Neighbourhood Policing teams. 

This table displays the different types of activities carried out by the ASB team during November 2021.
Activities carried out Monthly statistics
Number of anti-social behaviour enquiries (nuisance neighbours / noise nuisances / general nuisance) Fourteen new cases received in relation to noise and nuisance neighbours.
Patrols and the locations covered

Three patrols a week in the following areas:

  • Patrols carried out at Stanford House, Dawley due to reports of ASB.
  • Patrols carried out at Sutton Hill Community Centre and surrounding areas due to reports of ASB.
  • Patrols to Stonebridge Close due to reports of ASB.
  • Patrols to Penistone Close, Donnington due to reports of fly tipping.
  • Patrols around Southwater due to reports of ASB.
  • Patrols around Wellington and Arleston covering hot spot locations such as Ten Tree Croft, Churchill Road and Festival Gardens. 
  • Aqueduct Road due to reports of ASB. 
  • Mollet Drive, Madeley due to reports of ASB on the play park. 
  • General patrol around Hadley and Leegomery. 
Mobile cameras request and deployments
  • Request for camera at the play park in Churncote, Stirchley.
  • Request for camera at Stirchley shops.
  • Deployment at Ten Tree Croft, Wellington.
  • Deployment at the War Memorial, Lawley.
  • Deployment to the play park near Westbourne, Woodside.
  • Three Wildlife cameras have also been deployed.
Number of ongoing ASB cases being investigated
  • Five ongoing cases.
Number of ASB visits (tenant meetings, Landlord meetings, police meetings)
  • One Landlord meeting. 
  • Twenty tenant meetings.
  • Eight Police meetings. 
Number of Community Protection Notices and Warnings (CPNW), civil injunctions issued
  • None issued this month.  
Number of CCTV requests (Freedom of Information (FOI) and police)
  • Two Freedom of Information requests. 
  • Thirty four Police requests. 
Multi agency operations
  • Five multiagency operations. 
ASBRAC (Anti-Social Behaviour Risk Assessment Conference) or Community Triggers
  • One ASBRAC.
  • One Community Trigger.  
Call backs 
  • Five call backs completed by the ASB team.

Cases / emails resolved without formal enforcement

  • One hundred and ten cases / emails. 
Gypsy and Traveller site visits
  • Eight visits to Lodge Road.
  • Eight visits to Ketley Brook.
Child Protection meetings
  • Two meetings held.