The St.Helens CSP Anti-Social Behaviour Pledge
St.Helens Council, Merseyside Police and Community Safety
Partners (CSP) are committed to tackling anti-social behaviour and
keeping our Community safe. This is detailed in our ASB Pledge.
This is our promise to you we will:
- Tackle all aspects of anti-social behaviour
- Make perpetrators aware that their behahaviour is unacceptable
and that they will face robust enforcement action if required.
- Record and assist in the investigation of reported cases of
anti-social behaviour and keep victims informed of action
- Offer support and practical help to victims of anti-social
- Reduce residents perceptions of anti-social behaviour.
- Reduce the number of anti-social behaviour calls for service
made to the police.
- Reduce the number of repeat victims of anti-social
- Reduce the number of anti-social fires.
- Keep residents informed about our efforts to tackle anti-social
- Give residents the opportunity to complain if effective action
is not taken by local agencies.
We want to do our best for you, but if we fail to meet our
Pledge we will always explain why it has not been possible to
deliver the high standards to which we aspire and you deserve.
We will always treat all reported incidents of anti-social
behaviour seriously, whether made anonymously, in person, in
writing or over the telephone, and provide you with support you
need to ensure you feel safe, reassured and protected.
The following leaflet has been devised to advise young people on
what anti social behaviour is and what happens to people who commit
ASB advice leaflet for