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Together we can tackle antisocial behaviour

Alert message sent 09/11/2020 11:47:00

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“We have got to do a lot more together because there are more than enough opportunities in this city for all our young people to be involved in and make a real difference in their lives and everybody else’s lives.”
That was the message from Chief Superintendent Darren Downs today, as he spoke on the Radio Humberside breakfast show about the ongoing partnership work in place to find a long-term solution to antisocial behaviour.
The Hull and East Yorkshire divisional commander acknowledged the challenges faced by our teams and other agencies in dealing with the issues – not only in Hull, but across the whole of the Humberside force area.
Across Northern Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire projects bringing together the community, our teams, local councils, education providers, social services, housing providers and a host of other agencies are already up and running.
However, these initiatives cannot solve all the issues overnight and Chf Supt Downs also spoke of his sorrow that some people are still left feeling afraid or isolated as a result of the actions of others.
But, his overriding message was one of hope that by working together, we will make a difference.
Find out what he had to say: https://www.humberside.police.uk/news/together-we-can-tackle-asb




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