Sadly, I don't think that there is any way of getting back to an orderly society.
People used to grow up within a framework of social disciplines - grandparents, parents, neighbours, school, church, police, judicial system, conservative social norms, employment regimes (apprenticeships, workplace hierarchies, deliverables, etc), etc and so on.
Thats why, back in the day, even poor neighbourhoods tended to be largely self-policing or - arguably - far more responsive to policing and the judicial system.
In recent decades, nearly all of that social cohesion and self-discipline has been eliminated. Several generations have grown up without those formative constraints, so now even parenting and grand-parenting is often teaching bad behaviours instead of corrective mentoring.
On top of all that, you now also have huge urban populations of immigrant stock who have never been a part of the British social tradition in the first place, plus the insidious replacement of individual responsibility by the cult of rights and welfare entitlement.
As the resulting demand for policing has ballooned, so politicians have responded by allowing large amounts of illegal or anti-social behaviour to be ignored. This, together with the huge rise in progressive activism and the creation of different policing for different groups, has simply resulted in an inflationary cycle of law breaking and disorder.
I fear we're very much trapped in an epochal cycle of social decline and change, and that there is very little that can be done by way of low-level initiatives that will have a positive outcome in policing and social behaviours.
BFO Stick, Parents to held responsible for their brats actions and take away the seemingly, many advantages of being a single Mum (Obvs exceptions permitted i.e Widows or similar) ,