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#Anti-social behaviour

BLOG: Victims of persistent anti-social behaviour need more support

In a compelling account, the Victims' Commissioner Baroness Newlove sets out why more needs to be done to support victims of anti-social behaviour.

ASB Week: The Community Trigger – empowering communities

To tackle what is described as a ‘worrying’ lack of awareness, the second UK-wide ASB Awareness Week is running from 18-24 July 2022, calling on public bodies to use the opportunity to raise public knowledge of the Community Trigger.

Anti-social behaviour: living a nightmare

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is often treated as ‘low-level crime’ or even as sub-criminal but its impact can be deeply injurious and it is often targeted against people who are vulnerable already. It is high time tackling ASB became a top priority for government.

BLOG: Anti-social behaviour and the hidden harms in our communities

Although there has been little coverage in the press, we know there has been a surge in anti-social behaviour over the past 9 months.

Urgent action needed to tackle surge in anti-social behaviour following lockdown

Victims’ Commissioner, Dame Vera Baird QC, today spoke out on behalf of anti-social behaviour victims following mounting evidence of a surge in anti-social behaviour complaints.