Anti-social behaviour can blight a community making the lives of those suffering a misery. Bridget Phillipson MP has launched a campaign to bring the police and local residents together to help tackle crime and anti-social behaviour.
Through her Coffee Mornings local residents have the opportunity to express their concerns directly with their local Neighbourhood policing team. Sign up below to learn more about the campaign and when the next event will be in your area.
Update 09/03/2015 Hundreds come together to tackle anti-social behaviour
On 6 February Bridget held the last of her successful constituency-wide coffee mornings on anti-social behaviour and local policing. Read more here.
Update 24/11/2014 Bridget's coffee morning series on anti-social behaviour continues in Thorney Close
Bridget Phillipson has held the sixth in her series of constituency coffee mornings to discuss anti-social behaviour and local policing. Read more here.
Update 11/07/2014 Bridget thanks those who attended latest coffee morning at Fencehouses
Thanks to 40+ people who came to coffee morning with local policing team in Fencehouses. Lively event & lots to do pic.twitter.com/RnNQvlhkeF— Bridget Phillipson (@bphillipsonMP) July 11, 2014
Update 05/07/2014 Bridget with campaigns on the doorstep talking anti-social behaviour
Update: 25/03/2014 Coffee morning on anti-social behaviour sees large community turn out in St Chad's
Over 50 local residents attend a Coffee Morning in St Chad's to air their views on local policing, crime and anti-social behaviour in the area. Read more here.
Update 17/02/2014 Bridget hosts next coffee morning in St Chad's ward
Bridget is to host the next event in her anti-social behaviour coffee morning series in St Chad's. Read more here.
Update 11/11/2013 Sunderland Echo: MP and Crime Commissioner join bobbies on the best
Sunderland Echo covers Bridget's November 2013 coffee morning in Shiney Row attended by both the local police and Northumbria's Police & Crime Commissioner. Read more here.
Update 12/08/2013 Sunderland Echo: ‘Crumbling’ streets focus of plans to improve housing and beat antisocial behaviour
The Sunderland Echo covers Bridget's work with the residents of Fairy and Edward Street in Hetton. Rad more here.
Writing for the Sunderland Echo, Bridget sets out why Anti-Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOS) should stay. Read more here.
Update 25/06/2013 Priase for Bridget's work on anti-social behavoiur bill
I am now a groupie of @bphillipsonMP to say she has just run rings around the Minister on the ASB bill would be an understatement, dazzling!— Sarah Champion MP (@SarahChampionMP) June 25, 2013
Update 25/06/2013 Bridget invites people to her next coffee morning on 12th July 2013
Update 11/06/2013 Bridget speaks on Sun-FM about anti-social behaviour and its effect on communities
Listen to what Bridget said here.
Update 15/03/2013 Bridget Phillipson MP: "Tackling anti-social behaviour should not be a postcode lottery"
As a member of the Home Affairs Select Committee, Bridget has called on the government to introduce a national standard for action to tackle anti-social behaviour. Read more here.
Update 23/06/2011 Bridget asks local people for their views on anti-social behaviour
In the latest in her series of surveys on crime and policing, Bridget asks for local residents views and experience of anti-social behaviour. Read more here.
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