How can my business help prevent anti-social behaviour?
At Co-op Secure Response, we believe everyone, wherever they live, should be able to work, travel and shop without fearing they’ll become a victim of crime. That is why our team work hard to prevent, react to and resolve crime in our communities.
Co-op Secure Response recently commissioned independent research to find out how anti-social behaviour impacts local businesses. The survey revealed 45% of Suffolk businesses feel anti-social behaviour is a growing problem
94% of respondents agree they all have a role to play in tackling anti-social behaviour issues.
The Co-op Secure Response team have built up strong relationships with the police, local authorities and community groups to help improve anti-social behaviour. Link to Chantry football project and restorative justice programme.
There are simple cost effective ways you and your business can help prevent anti-social behaviour, whether it’s offering work experience, funding local iniatives such as the Ipswich Fit & Fed scheme – providing activities for young people to participate in during the school holidays, or sponsoring a sports team – helping to keep young people active and healthy.
Place your pledge
To help us build safer & thriving communities, we’re asking local businesses to place their pledge – no matter how big or small. We would love to hear from you or if you would like advice on how to your business can help, simply fill out this form.
We will pass your details to the relevant organisations so they can assist you with your pledge. Your information will not be used for marketing purposes.