40 incidents were reported for March, however, as one incident of electioneering is not anti-social behaviour, the official total for March is 39 just 7 more than were reported for February.
Totals by house and their % of the total were as follows:
|Ben Jonson||13 (33.3%)|
|Frobisher Crescent||6 (15.4%)|
|Shakespeare Tower||3 (7.7%)|
|Thomas More||1 (2.6%)|
|Bryer Court||1 (2.6%)|
In terms of the number of incidents and type of asb activity reported, the results were as follows:
|Noisy motorcycle||5 (12.8%)|
|Loud music||1 (2.6%)|
|Filming a violent incident||1 (2.6%)|
|Boys preparing to throw water balloons||1 (2.6%)|
|Motorbike delivery on podium||1 (2.6%)|
|Public urination||1 (2.6%)|
It is intended to continue asking residents to report any asb incidents they may observe/witness until, at least, the 20th June 2022 as this will mean that we will have collected a full year’s data with which to persuade the Corporation to introduce additional measures to help deter anti-social behaviour from occurring across the estate.
Deputy David Bradshaw C.C.
Chair, Barbican Estate Security Committee