Category: ASB order

Neighbourhood, Crime and ASB board

is a new board created within Tower Hamlets Council, and separately run from the Safer Neighbourhood Board. Tonight, during the Cabinet meeting council discussed the introduction of the borough-wide Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) to deal with the possession and use of psychoactive substances (e.g. nitrous oxide) and associated Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB). Notices will be … Continue reading Neighbourhood, Crime and ASB board

Getting results

Being a registered Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator is an important first step. When it comes to dealing with ASB and crime we need to follow some steps to ensure that our actions are as effective as possible. When things worry you, you may not find a volunteer who is available to advice you what to do … Continue reading Getting results


Any resident is allowed to walk their streets or organise patrols, even with Neighbourhood Watch regealia on view. The question is how effective this is. With high levels of knife and gun crime, it is likely that anybody wanting to cause harm will do so and we do not advocate that Neighbourhood Watch members put … Continue reading Patrols

Anti-social behaviour presentation

The Metropolitan Police service wants you to learn about the innovative new way that officers are dealing with anti-social behavour in Tower Hamlets. When: Wednesay 7th. June 2017, @ 18:30 Where: Whitechapel Idea Store, 321 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1BU All are welcome. See poster ASB_Presentation. Follow the MET on Twitter by using @MPSTowerHam