MP FOR Meriden Saqib Bhatti, has joined a national campaign to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour in communities and is urging people to share their views and experiences.
Mr Bhatti is supporting the new All-Party Parliamentary Group on ASB inquiry into how we can make our communities safer by reducing ASB and giving organisations supporting victims more powers.
The group, made up of MPs from any political party and from across the country, will join Police and Crime Commissioners to review the evidence submitted by local people and use their experiences to recommend changes to government.
Mr Bhatti said: “Many of my constituents are concerned about anti-social behaviour in their local community.
“I encourage anyone who has experienced anti-social behaviour to take part in this new national inquiry. This will help the government develop a strategy that will ensure residents feel safer and have greater support against this behaviour.
“Alongside this campaign, I am once again calling for a front desk to be installed at Chelmsley Wood Police Station. The lack of accessibility for my constituents undermines public faith in our policing and is simply not good enough.
“I will continue to campaign for a front desk to be installed at Chelmsley Wood Police Station and to keep Solihull Police Station open so that none of my constituents are left without these vital services.”
Please email Saqib at [email protected] if you would like a form to complete.