Have your say on anti-social behaviour in Welwyn Hatfield
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The Welwyn Hatfield Safer Neighbourhood Team are asking locals to take part in a survey to share their views on anti-social behaviour (ASB).
The team works tirelessly to tackle ASB, paying particular attention to shopping areas and parks. There are also procedures in place to manage those found responsible for ASB, in partnership with the local council and schools.
Officers are keen to hear from the public as to whether they think the actions taken so far are working.
Sergeant Alex Smedley, from the Welwyn Hatfield Neighbourhood Team, said: “We know the detrimental effect that ASB can have on your quality of life and so we want to make sure you are able to share your thoughts on how we are tackling it.
“We take reports of ASB seriously and just last month we issued a number of Acceptable Behaviour Agreements and Contracts to young people who had been causing issues in Panshanger. We’re pleased that the issues there have now resolved.
“If you live or work in Welwyn Hatfield, please fill in the survey which only takes five minutes. The results will help inform us if the methods we are using to tackle ASB are working and if they are not, then we will be looking at better ways to tackle it.”