New Progress Housing Associations Head of Tenancy Enforcement scoops top ASB award
30 November 2011 - Tenancy Enforcement Manager for New Progress Housing Association, Linda Alcock has won a national award for her work in combating anti-social behaviour.
Tenancy Enforcement Manager for New Progress Housing Association, Linda Alcock has won a national award for her work in combating anti-social behaviour
Linda was one of three finalist chosen from a huge number of nominees for the award, which recognises her exceptional performance in tackling anti-social behaviour, which has made a real difference to individuals and communities.
In receiving the award Linda was praised for her hard work in establishing a witness support scheme that offers 24/7 support and advice to victims and witnesses of anti-social behaviour, as well as her personal commitment to the role in making communities safer.
Bernie Keenan, Managing Director of New Progress Housing Association, said: We are delighted with the recognition Linda has received, it is a great testament to the fantastic work that both Linda and her team do in dealing with anti-social behaviour in our communities and we are all very proud of her.”
Linda was presented with the Tim Winter award at the SLCNG (Social Landlords Crime and Nuisance Group) awards ceremony in Birmingham.