How to tackle Anti Social Behaviour

Several residents have contacted us about Anti Social Behaviour. Here’s how to resolve the situation

If you believe a crime has been committed please phone the police on 101 (in an emergency dial 999).

If you see a young person wearing City Heights E-Act school uniform behaving in a way that makes them a poor ambassador for the school please phone the school on 020 3691 4600. An example of the uniform is here

If the anti social behaviour is committed by someone hiring the Abbots Park community centre please email st-martins@btconnect.com.  If you’ve made a complaint about a hirer and are not satisfied with the response to your complaint please contact Rachel.Pearson@optivo.org.uk. We know there are particular concerns about noise and parking. We’d be interested to know if the new restrictions work

In all other cases please contact your landlord

In the short term the landlords should send staff who know how to resolve these issues sensitively. Unfortunately the residents association has such a small budget we’re not able to do this ourselves.

In the medium term we hope our landlords will fund more activities for young people. Please mention this when you contact them.

High Trees CDT runs many activities for young people


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