Anti Social Behaviour
As a team for the Sidney Sussex Ward we are currently working our way round, when availability allows, the area knocking on your door to see if you wish to take part in our My Community Alerts System. By completing a short questionnaire, we are able to highlight, from the answers provided, the issues in your immediate area that you would like us to take on and reduce.
I would urge you to take a few minutes and please click on the link - www.mycommunityalert.co.uk to register and have a say about the issues in your area. We can also keep you up to date with alerts as things happen that are relevant to you.
For ASB, this area is broken down into 3 main areas for recording purposes and although this is high on your priority list, the number of actual reported incidents for the ward area are low. ***Please be aware that we have seen a spike in numbers due to the easing of the lock down restrictions and the online reporting of COVID breaches ***
Please continue to report ASB to the police so we can get a true picture of what is going on.
ASB to most people, would be children kicking a football in the street instead of going to the park or noise nuisance. We understand that peoples perception of ASB is different for each individual, but historically, the recorded number for these types of incidents in the Sidney Sussex area are very low. We have recently had an increase of ASB issues on the Sussex recreational ground area. Please, if you see people causing annoyance or ASB, can i ask that you report it to us. If you know the people involved, let us know. There are many ways to address these issues, particularly if we have details of who is involved, not just from a police perspective but also in conjunction with partnership working with other agencies.