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ACTION on ASB Community meeting

DATE: Wednesday 27 March

TIMINGS: 19:00 until 21:00 (doors will open at 18.30)

VENUE: Level 4 Hall, St Matthew’s Church, Brixton Hill, London SW2 1JF (entrance through the basement doors on the side of the church facing Brixton Town Centre / the meeting room is wheelchair accessible).

We will hear from Lambeth Council and the police about their anti-social behaviour reduction plan for Brixton, including how they are working with other agencies to deal with the problem. It’s a chance for you to hear the plan for the first time and to feedback on what you think about it. We are expecting attendance from our local MPs – Florence Eshalomi, Helen Hayes and Bell Ribeiro-Addy.

This meeting is open to all. Please extend the invite to anyone you think would be interested in coming.

ACTION on ASB Community meeting

DATE: Wednesday 27 March

TIMINGS: 19:00 until 21:00 (doors will open at 18.30)

VENUE: Level 4 Hall, St Matthew’s Church, Brixton Hill, London SW2 1JF (entrance through the basement doors on the side of the church facing Brixton Town Centre / the meeting room is wheelchair accessible).

St Matthews Church, Brixton - photo courtesy of Brixton Bugle

We will hear from Lambeth Council and the police about their anti-social behaviour reduction plan for Brixton, including how they are working with other agencies to deal with the problem. It’s a chance for you to hear the plan for the first time and to feedback on what you think about it. We are expecting attendance from our local MPs – Florence Eshalomi, Helen Hayes and Bell Ribeiro-Addy.

This meeting is open to all. Please extend the invite to anyone you think would be interested in coming.

Past events

Since our first public meeting in September 2023, we’ve had recognition from the police and council that ASB levels in Brixton are unacceptable and require a joint-agency, place-based approach if any sustainable progress is going to be made. 

This led to the agreement by Lambeth Council and the police, at an ACTION on ASB! public meeting in November 2023, to develop an anti-social behaviour reduction plan for Brixton. A third public meeting took place in March 2024 where a first draft of the plan was presented.

Minutes of our previous meetings:

ACTION on ASB Community Meeting
27 March 2024 – View PDF
ACTION on ASB Community Meeting
30 November 2023 – View PDF
ACTION on ASB Community Meeting
26 September 2023 – View PDF

Since our first public meeting in September 2023, we’ve had recognition from the police and council that ASB levels in Brixton are unacceptable and require a joint-agency, place-based approach if any sustainable progress is going to be made. 

This led to the agreement by Lambeth Council and the police, at an ACTION on ASB! public meeting in November 2023, to develop an anti-social behaviour reduction plan for Brixton. A third public meeting is taking place in March 2024 where the community will hear for the first time the proposed plan and have an opportunity to feedback.

Archive of minutes from previous meetings:

ACTION on ASB Community Meeting
30 November 2023 Community Meeting

ACTION on ASB Community Meeting
26 September 2023 Community Meeting

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Source: Brixton Blog

Brixton crime plan fails to materialise

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Source: i News

There’s nothing right-wing about wanting to live in a safe neighbourhood

We all deserve to live, work, socialise and raise our families in a neighbourhood which is safe, clean and pleasant

Source: The Brixton Blog

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