Magenta Living takes PLEDGE against Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) is something that Magenta Living takes seriously as an organisation, its aim is to make communities and neighbourhoods safer and happier for everyone.

Magenta has recently taken the ASB Pledge that will give communities more support. ASB Help is a registered charity in England and Wales set up to provide advice and support to victims of anti-social behaviour.

The Magenta Community Safety Team already takes part in neighbourhood walkabouts in local communities, often in partnership with Merseyside Police, Merseyside Fire and Rescue, Councils, and other local agencies.

It also allows Magenta’s customers the opportunity to talk to us confidentially about any ASB issues they may be having and suggest any ideas on how Magenta can support them further.

Angela Denison from ASB Help attended our Partnership Building recently. She said, “I am delighted to be here today to present Magenta Living with their certificate and welcome them on board.

“Joining the ASB Help PLEDGE shows the community you are committed to identifying and supporting victims of anti-social behaviour. It demonstrates your willingness to work collaboratively to bring an end to anti-social behaviour as well as steadfast determination to deter such behaviour in the future.

“By using our best practice guidance, you are signalling to stakeholders you have embraced the spirit of the ASB case review/community trigger and you are meeting your obligations to the community.”

Magenta Living’s Housing Services Director, Rachel Bennett, said, “We are determined as an organisation to effectively tackle anti-social behaviour by acting against those who cause nuisance and annoyance in our neighbourhoods. It is so important that we listen to the needs of customers and residents to make sure we are doing everything we can to support them.

“ASB can come in many forms and often leaves people feeling alarmed and distressed. To help tackle ASB in our communities, we will continue to work closely with our partners to overcome instances of ASB in our neighbourhoods. We will always do our best to support our customers with any incidents of ASB.

“Signing the Pledge is the most recent step we have taken to ensure that we continue to strengthen our resolve to tackle all forms of anti-social behaviour. I am proud of the work that our community safety team and housing officers do and it has a massive impact.”

Image: (L-R) Sam Cummins – Magenta Community Safety Manager, Angela Denison from ASB Help, Rachel Bennett and Clare Moore – Magenta Head of Neighbourhood Management

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