THIS week sees the launch of the Anti-Social Behaviour Awareness Week, seeing people and organisations join together across the country to make our communities even safer.
The Partnership Van will be in the borough tomorrow on the high street.
Officers and staff from Safety Neighbourhood Teams, and colleagues from Housing will be there.
The Redditch Police Safer Neighbourhood Teams said: “We very much look forward to meeting you and hearing from you about any concerns you have regarding ASB in your area
“So please pop along and have a chat with us and by working together we can meet the challenge of ASB in our community.”
Police and Crime Commissioner John Campion said: “I’ve made a commitment to deliver a better service to victims of ASB that includes ensuring the police have processes in place to make it easy to report and the resources to act on community concerns.
“It also includes my investment in victim services ensuring that people get the right help at the right time. I regularly hear concerns from the public about ASB and it reassuring that West Mercia Police are understanding the impact and taking action, not only during this awareness week, but throughout the year.”