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Respect and tolerance encouraged as part of Safer Summer campaign

Published Wednesday 19 July 2017

It’s the start of holiday season, and with it this year’s Safer Summer Respect / Tolerance campaign has launched.

As warmer weather paves the way for parties and outdoor fun, residents are reminded to respect others, but at the same time remember it’s a “two way street” and consider what constitutes anti-social behaviour, and when to report it.

Posters and a short video that’s been put together to help people understand what anti-social behaviour is and when it is appropriate to report behaviour using the 101 number are available at www.leicestershire.gov.uk/safer-summer

The campaign is being spearheaded by the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Anti-social Behaviour Delivery Group which includes partners such as local councils, Leicestershire Police and Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service.

Special posters support the campaign and partners will be tweeting advice over the holiday period using the #SaferSummer hashtag.

More information is available www.leicestershire.gov.uk/safer-summer