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Local organisations combatting crime and antisocial behaviour

Local organisations combatting crime and antisocial behaviour

Date: 03 April 2024

Funding has been secured for Reigate and Banstead, and Police and Crime Commissioner for Surrey Lisa Townsend, is bringing together local organisations, businesses and residents to address crime and antisocial behaviour (ASB) in the town centre and take pride in Redhill.

A stakeholder event in November last year kick started the project and since then Surrey Police have been working closely with partners to develop plans that address issues highlighted by residents. March saw the announcement of YMCA East Surrey's new youth bus which will take youth workers into the heart of local communities to build positive relationships with young people.

Reigate & Banstead Borough Commander Inspector Jon Vale said: “This a long-term commitment aimed at uniting the community to reduce crime in Redhill and helping everyone feel safer in our town centre. As part of this initiative, you will be seeing an increase in targeted police activity in Redhill. For instance, in certain areas of the town and during specific times of the week, offences like anti-social behaviour (ASB) and shoplifting are more likely to occur. By addressing these behaviours with partners, we aim to prevent the escalation of these issues into more serious and organised crimes."

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