Success for Thirteen at Community Safety Awards

Thirteen is celebrating the recognition of its anti-social behaviour (ASB) officers in the annual Cleveland Community Safety Awards.

Awards Evening 2017 Copy

6 Dec 2017

ASB officers, Karl Gippert, Donna Malby Frost and Kendra Hunt, were all nominated for the Housing Provider Contribution to Tackling Antisocial Behaviour award, with Kendra being the overall winner.

Thirteen’s neighbourhood team members, Anne Goodman, Paul Cheesebrough, Jane McLone and Christine Purcifer, together with Middlesbrough Council, were also acknowledged in the awards, winning the “Outstanding Contribution to Prevention”.

The nominations came as a result of a partnership working with Cleveland Police, local authorities and Thirteen, following high level of crime and anti-social behaviour across the Tees Valley.

Libby Griffiths, antisocial behaviour team leader said: “A number of enforcement and support initiatives have been introduced to help reduce ASB on our estates, and make them safer places for people to live.

“This recognition is testament to the hard work and extreme dedication of the team, and I would like to congratulate everyone involved who have worked together for their achievement.”