GCH Launches Private Sector Anti-Social Behaviour Toolkit
Project Solace Team
Gloucester City Homes is pleased to announce a series of one day seminars being held in September 2012 specifically set up to launch the development of our Private Sector ASB Toolkit.
GCH has been at the forefront of developing a private sector anti-social behaviour service in partnership with Gloucestershire Constabulary and Gloucester City Council, known as Project Solace.
Project Solace is an innovative new service which has changed the way agencies work in partnership to tackle ASB in Gloucester. Tackling ASB on a multi agency basis to ensure that all partners work together holistically, regardless of household tenure, working together under one location and one management structure.
Project Solace (our private sector ASB team) is nationally recognised as an Industry exemplar and has received the following accolades:-
Regarded as national best practice by the Audit Commission
Regarded as an example of best practice by the National Police Improvement Agency (NPIA) and Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary
Highly commended by the Social Landlords Crime and Nuisance Group
Finalists in the 2012 Housing Heroes Award for Groundbreaking Service Team of the Year.
Our seminar includes key speakers: Superintendant Gary Thompson and Inspector Neil Smith from Gloucestershire Constabulary, Martin Shields, Director of Services and Neighbourhoods from Gloucester City Council and GCH’s Chief Executive Ashley Green.
If you are a housing provider, local authority, police service, board member or part of a scrutiny panel interested in learning from this award winning best practice model, this seminar is for you!!
For only £175 per delegate (discounts available for larger bookings) you’ll receive a full day’s seminar PLUS a copy of our hot-off-the-press Private Sector ASB Toolkit. Copies of our toolkit can be purchased separately for £125
For further information and to register your interest in our seminars or toolkit, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org, or ring our reservation hotline 0800 408 2000
Posted on Friday 4th May 2012