Anti Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014: Statutory Guidance for Frontline Professionals Released
On the 13th of March 2014 the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 was given Royal Assent. This brings a number of changes to the tools and powers available to organisations, agencies and practitioners who tackle Anti-Social behaviour.
The Statutory Guidance for Frontline Professionals has now been released by the Home Office.
In support of this the CSP Academy (www.cspacademy.ac.uk) are providing both in house and a national programme of training & briefing events around the use of the new tools and powers.
The CSP Academy BTEC qualifications in ASB Case Working, Case Work Supervision Community Safety and Restorative Justice all incorporate the new legislation as well as the skills and knowledge frontline professionals will need.
To view further information about the CSP Academy training programme in the new legislation please click here.
The following qualifications incorporate and support the new legislation, please click the qualification title below to find out more:
- BTEC Advanced Award in Neighbourhood Nuisance and Anti Social Behaviour Case Working
- BTEC Professional Award Neighbourhood Nuisance and Anti-Social Behaviour Case Work Supervision
- BTEC Intermediate Award in Call Handling for Reports of Anti Social Behaviour
- BTEC Advanced Award for Community Safety Practitioners
To view the Home Office Statutory Guidance for Frontline Professionals please click here
To view a full list of over 1000 organisations who have already studied with the CSP Academy please visit the clients section of the CSP Academy website.
For further information please contact call 0203 119 3311, 0203 119 3306 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.