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This week, our officers have been taking part in activities and holding awareness sessions across Gwent, and discussing the effect that ASB has on communities.
ASB is behaviour by a person that causes harassment, alarm, or distress.
There are three main categories of ASB:
Take a look at what our officers have been up to:
🏡 Newport officers joined partners from Newport City Homes at the Old Barn estate to chat with members of the community about issues in their area, and to conduct a litter pick.
👮♂️ Cwmbran CSOs conducted patrols of the town centre with staff from the Cwmbran Centre for Young People.
🤩 The Risca neighbourhood policing team attended the Abercarn Scout Group.
🏫 Caerphilly officers attended the Trinant primary school annual school fete.
👮♀️ Bettws officers teamed up with Newport City Homes for joint patrols, home visits, and discussions around ASB and fly-tipping concerns in the area.
🗣️ The Rogerstone team attended a careers fayre at High Cross Primary school to discuss the roles of community support officers and police officers.
⚽ Pill officers attended John Frost Square, Dyffryn, and took part in activities with children from the Youth Club run by Dyffryn Community Link.
🔥 The rural crime team have been out targeting ASB hotspot areas in the countryside of Gwent that have been affected by issues including fly-tipping, grass fires, and off-road bikes.
ASB awareness week is a national campaign that focuses on key themes each day. This year's themes are:
If you are affected by ASB, please report it.
You can do this by calling 101, messaging us on Facebook or Twitter, or our online reporting system.
Always dial 999 in an emergency.
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