Cumbria Constabulary are set to mark the first ever Antisocial Behaviour Awareness Week, which starts on Monday.

With a host of content to raise awareness of this area of crime and how the police are tackling it with their dedicated Neighbourhood Policing Teams, and partners, the focus will change daily from what it is, to the negative effects it has on victims and the wider community.

There will also be an opportunity to look behind the scenes at the unseen policing and partnership working that goes on to keep the community safe.

Superintendent Matt Pearman said: “This awareness week provides us with a great opportunity to shine a spotlight on the work officers and partner agencies do to tackle anti-social behaviour. This work can involve police officers and local partners on the streets responding to issues, but a lot of the intelligence and investigative work goes on behind the scenes.”