What is anti-social behaviour?
In general terms, anti-social behaviour (ASB) is any action that can cause nuisance or annoyance to anyone. ASB can affect some people more than others so we always look at the individual’s experience and the impact the behaviour has. We take anti-social behaviour very seriously and will not tolerate it in any form and we will do all we can to tackle it. We will use a range of preventative measures, early intervention and legal action to tackle ASB. Our ASB toolkit below will help to work out what is and what is not anti-social behaviour, and what steps you need to take if you have an ASB concern.
Click each icon for an overview and explanation of the different types of anti-social behaviour within our communities.
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