Anti Social Behaviour Awards 2018


Are you a member of the public who has been a victim of anti social behaviour, or do you know someone that has, and you (they) have been supported by someone to help deal with the situation?

The Surrey ASB Strategy Group would like to recognise and commend activity, organisations, individuals or teams who have gone that extra mile in tackling anti social behaviour and have truly put victims at the heart of their response. It could be anyone that has helped make a real difference to your situation, a neighbour, your GP, a police officer, housing officer, local authority worker, a councillor or coach.

If you would like to nominate a person or team to be recognised for their support or help then please let us know who they are and what they did to help you.

There is no in-depth nomination criteria, just that you believe they should be recognised for their part in tackling anti social behaviour. All nominations will be considered for commendation at an event to be held on Tuesday 27th November 2018 at Loseley Park starting at 6.00pm and finishing by 8.30pm.

You can make your nomination via email to:

awardsandceremonies@surrey.pnn.police.uk

or

By post to: Surrey Police, Awards & Ceremonies, PO Box 101, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 9PE


Are you a practitioner that has worked with a team, project or individual to tackle anti social behaviour and want to reward them for their outstanding contribution to tackling the problem?

The Surrey ASB Strategy Group would like to recognise and commend activity, organisations, individuals or teams who have gone the extra mile in tackling anti social behaviour and have truly put victims at the heart of their plan or have helped divert people involved in anti social behaviour.

The team/person/project may be located within a single organisation or have its members drawn from across a range of local agencies and/or from the community.

All submissions will be considered for commendation at the ASB Partnership Event to be held on Tuesday 27th November 2018 at Loseley Park starting at 6.00pm and finishing by 8.30pm and an overall winner will receive The Surrey Resolve ASB Trophy in recognition of their outstanding contribution to tackling ASB.

Nominations: You should demonstrate the issue tackled, make-up and role of the team, objectives of the project and provide evidence of achievements and successes in tackling the anti social behaviour.

All entries must be no more than 1500 words and can include photographs (but not video) and must be submitted by Thursday 1st November 2018. All those who have been entered or nominated will be invited to attend the ASB Partnership Event to receive their commendation. The overall winner will be chosen by RESOLVE ASB and revealed at the event.

You can make your nomination via email to:

awardsandceremonies@surrey.pnn.police.uk

or

By post to: Surrey Police, Awards & Ceremonies, PO Box 101, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 9PE