Tackling anti-social behaviour is most effective when agencies work in partnership
A thousand of the most challenging young people will be targeted for intensive, non negotiable intervention in order to prevent future antisocial behaviour, Ed Balls and Beverley Hughes announced today in the Youth Taskforce Action Plan. 18 March 2008
Ed Balls and Beverley Hughes called for more Individual Support Orders (ISOs) to be given alongside ASBOs to help protect local communities from antisocial behaviour committed by young people. 5th March 2008
A new Youth Taskforce has been established at the Department for Children, Schools and Families to focus on delivering positive outcomes for young people - including steps to prevent them getting into trouble and encouraging them to have respect for their community. 5 October 2007.
The Respect Task Force, as part of Machinery of Government Change, has moved to sit within the new Department for Children, Schools and Families. 11 July 2007
Local communities plagued by significant anti-social behaviour from a small number of the country's most badly behaved families get a helping hand from the Government through a national network of 53 family intervention projects.11 April 2007
20 school competitions are being run in towns and cities to introduce innovative new ‘Talking CCTV’, aimed at getting the public to reflect on their behaviour and the example they are setting to others, especially children.4 April 2007
Over 100 people from across the country attended a ceremony in London yesterday as winners of the 2006/7 Respect Awards for Taking a Stand.
Illegal use of a mini-moto can mean it will be seized and crushed