AN antisocial behaviour campaign is aiming to highlight the importance of showing respect and consideration to other people.
'Respect: It's a two-way street' is being run by Staffordshire Police throughout the summer, and asks people of all ages and backgrounds to step back and take a look at how their actions affect other people.
Chief Superintendent Jon Drake said: "Antisocial behaviour can mean different things to different people, but basically it is any kind of repeated behaviour that affects your quality of life. We never underestimate the impact it can have on an individual or community and we're committed to continually working with our partners and giving the best service possible to our communities."
As a part of the campaign officers will spend time visiting hotspots, dealing with problems and talking to young people about their concerns, as well as highlighting advice to keep young people safe.