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Anti-Social Behaviour

What is not Anti-Social Behaviour?

The council can often be asked to intervene in situations where there is a clash in lifestyles or a disagreement, but no anti-social behaviour is taking place. Examples of this could include:

  • Ball games- download the leaflet providing advice about ball games
  • Parking disputes
  • Youths congregating

When the council is deciding whether something is anti-social behaviour and investigated as such, careful thought is given to whether the behaviours outlined above need to be tackled and whether these behaviours are having a detrimental impact on the local population.

Last updated Friday, 21st April 2017

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