The police recorded 1.3 million incidents of anti-social behaviour in the year ending March 2022, according to The Crime Survey of England and Wales.

Liz Smith is the Head of Anti-Social Behaviour at Stockport homes where she has worked for the last 15 years. She has over 20 years of experience in housing and is committed to the continuous improvement of community safety in Stockport.

In this video, Liz shares how early interventions in anti-social behaviour cases have improved support and engagement with victims. She discusses the implementation of community safety notices and their impact on reducing the number of court injunctions, saving housing associations both time and money.  

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The police recorded 1.3 million incidents of anti-social behaviour in the year ending March 2022. In this video, Liz Smith, Head of Anti-Social Behaviour at Stockport Homes shares how training staff and using community safety notices has helped reduce costs and improved the handling of anti-social behaviour cases in their housing association.

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