Anti-social behaviour policy and procedure
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is a broad term used to describe the day-to-day incidents of crime, nuisance and disorder that make many people's lives a misery. These include:
- litter and vandalism
- public drunkenness
- aggressive dogs
- noisy or abusive neighbours
Such a wide range of behaviours means that responsibility for dealing with anti-social behaviour is shared between a number of agencies, particularly the police, councils and social landlords.
This policy and procedure defines our approach to tackling ASB, in partnership with other statutory agencies.