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Anti-social Behaviour – Armada House, Fremantle House & Carolina House

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is a term used to describe a wide range of behaviours and activity which causes a person and feel alarmed, harassed, or distressed.

The way the Stokes Croft & St Michaels team aim to tackle ASB is by doing the following:

  • Increase patrols and visibility in known ASB hotspot areas
  • Work alongside environmental protection team or refer to them when appropriate
  • Work alongside housing associations who have additional powers to deal with resident’s involved in ASB
  • Look at utilising acceptable neighbour contracts
  • Work along-side private landlords
  • Create an ASB management case to enable us to see the full picture so that we can problem solve and utilise the forces ASB for assistance
  • Issue ASB letters to guardians of minors responsible for ASB
  • Issue injunctions
  • Utilise criminal behaviour orders
  • Use of police dispersal powers
  • Issue Community Protection warnings/notices (CPW/CPN)
  • Use Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs)
  • Look at the closure of premises when appropriate
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