#ASBAwarenessWeek comes to an end, but our work continues…
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Our teams continued to highlight #ASBAwarenessWeek at the tail end of last week and over the weekend. Here is some of what they got up to...
- Joint patrols in Bettws with Newport Council's Civil Enforcement Team.
- Newport officers teamed up with council wardens to speak to cyclists riding in pedestrianised areas of the city, 44 cyclists were stopped and asked to dismount.
- The gaming van was a great success in Maesycwmmer and Morgan Jones parks - the van gives us the opportunity to speak with children (and their parents) about ASB, and gives them the chance to discuss any issues they may have.
- We visited Ringland Youth Academy to speak to 16/17 year olds about ASB and its consequences and their responsibilities when riding bikes and e-scooters.
- We spoke with potential officers of the future at High Cross Primary School careers fayre.
- Glasllwch Primary School children were able to see inside a police car when we visited their summer fete.
- Officers visited elderly people complexes in Caerphilly to speak with the residents and offer crime prevention advice.
This particular campaign may have now come to an end, but our work to reduce anti-social behaviour and raise awareness of its effect carries on.
Our teams are out and about in your area to tackle the issues that matter most to you. If you're experiencing anti-social behaviour, please talk to us, or report it by:
- Calling us on 101.
- Sending us a direct message on Facebook or Twitter.
- Using our online reporting system: https://www.gwent.police.uk/ro/report/asb/asb-v3/report-antisocial-behaviour/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=Orlo&utm_content=ASB+awareness+week