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north_tyneside_councilPeople affected by anti-social behaviour can receive advice and support at a special roadshow in Whitley Bay. 

Run by North Tyneside Council and Northumbria Police, the Respect Roadshow will offer help for those experiencing anti-social behaviour, as well as crime prevention advice. 

It takes place on Tuesday, October 13, at Park View Shopping Centre, Whitley Bay, between 11am and 2pm. 

North Tyneside Elected Mayor, Norma Redfearn said: “The Respect Roadshow provides the council and our partners with an opportunity to speak to residents and find out their concerns, and we can then offer any support they might need.

“These events have proved popular with local residents in the past – people have found it helpful being able to speak to our staff and Northumbria Police in person – and I would really encourage anyone with concerns to drop by.” 

Whitley Bay Neighbourhood Inspector Jim Gray added: “We’re committed to addressing the issues that are affecting our communities, be it crime or anti-social behaviour related.

“By running this roadshow together, with partners in North Tyneside Council, it strengthens our message that anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated. We are cracking down on those who commit anti-social behaviour and associated crime.”

There will also be a range of other organisations on hand to offer advice on other issues, like health, fitness, finance and housing.

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