Coming together to tackle Antisocial Behaviour (ASB)

Over 50 people attended last night’s Community Conversation on Antisocial Behaviour held at Queen’​s Crescent Community Centre, Gospel Oak​. Council staff, police officers and the public came together and discussed the ASB ​issues that concerned them most and what could be done to improve matters.

​Notes from t​he various discussions will be brought together in a single document​ which​ will include the key concerns identified over the evening. That document will be discussed at the next Camden Safer Neighbourhood Board (CSNB) Trustees meeting at the end of October and posted on this website. The CSNB will use its influence at all the fora we attend to work toward these improvements and will continue to be the voice of residents.

We were pleased that Detective ​Chief Superintendent Penny Banham, Camden’s new Borough Commander, was able to take part in the conversation last night. She ​was able to hear, at first hand, the issues that affect the daily lives of many residents. We look forward to working with her ​over the next few years to make Camden safer.

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