Barnet: Labour - Respect is Asbo-lutely essential

BARNET S labour party has put forward plans to combat anti-social behaviour in the borough. The Respect for Barnet campaign is being launched on April 11 based on a campaign underway in Nottingham. It encourages resident volunteers, police and the council

BARNET'S labour party has put forward plans to combat anti-social behaviour in the borough.

The Respect for Barnet campaign is being launched on April 11 based on a campaign underway in Nottingham.

It encourages resident volunteers, police and the council to work together and will lead to more Anti-social behaviour orders (Asbos), a 24hour service to tackle noisy neighbours and a push to stop graffiti.

Local youngsters will also be involved in designing their own youth centres.

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