More than ten companies have signed up to the scheme, backed by South Staffs Water, Safer Walsall Borough partnership and Walsall Council.
What does SWBP stand for?
SWBP stands for Safer Walsall Borough Partnership (UK)
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- Southwest Border State(s)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Safer Walsall Borough Partnership anti-social behaviour unit has been working on the details of a "designated public place order" and is appealing to residents to come forward and discuss the problems they have faced in the borough.
And the Safer Walsall Borough Partnership, which has funded the project, is now working with the coaches to secure long term money to keep it running in the future.
More than 200 Street Champions attended the ceremony, which was organised in conjunction with Walsall Council and the Safer Walsall Borough Partnership.
The clamp-down was being carried out by Safer Walsall Borough Partnership staff and the town's council.
Safer Walsall Borough Partnership manager Lyn Reed said: "This initiative is helping residents of Darlaston deal successfully with many issues of concern and genuinely feel they are living in a safer community.
The Safer Walsall Borough Partnership has installed pounds 32,000 worth of alleyway gates, along with security fencing and motorcycle barriers along a footpath, in the Pleck area.
Safer Walsall Borough Partnership manager Lyn Reed said: "We want people to actually feel safer.