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One step closer to Robo-Cop?

Created on 31/01/2011 @ 14:37


A new online tool has been launched by Dyfed Powys Police to record and track instances of Anti Social Behaviour (ASB) more effectively.
The Anti Social Behaviour Investigation System, or ASBIS, is a system developed by the Force that will help officers deal with anti social behaviour more effectively by identifying risk, harm and vulnerability of residents. It will provide officers with a streamlined one stop shop approach to the appropriate force systems and processes.
Assistant Chief Constable Nick Ingram said, “Dyfed Powys Police is committed to tackling anti social behaviour in its communities and is working hard to put robust systems in place to safeguard victims.
“Although our figures of anti social behaviour are relatively low compared to other Police Force areas, we know that small numbers of people can have a big impact on communities. We are working with partner organisations to deal with offenders, protect our residents and ensure they feel safe in their communities.”
Chief Superintendent Gwyn Thomas added, “We have been developing this system over the last few months as we wanted our officers to have a tool that would help them identify areas where anti social behaviour is an issue so they can work to resolve instances and help victims more effectively.”
The system will be piloted during February before it is rolled out across the Force area.
Residents can report instances of anti social behaviour by calling the Police on 101. For more information on anti social behaviour visit
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