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Antisocial behaviour

Do you feel worried about what’s going on in your neighbourhood or intimidated by a neighbour’s behaviour? Antisocial behaviour (ASB) affects lots of people and can have an impact on you, your home and your community. If you’re experiencing antisocial behaviour you don’t have to cope on your own - we can help you deal with it.

What is antisocial behaviour?

If your quality of life is badly affected by other people in your community then you could be a victim of antisocial behaviour. We have experience of supporting people dealing with:

  • noise nuisance
  • neighbour disputes
  • verbal abuse
  • threatening behaviour
  • harassment and intimidation
  • vandalism
  • criminal damage.

You might think that an incident is small or unimportant to start with, but antisocial behaviour can go on for a long time, and become very serious. Not all antisocial behaviour is classed as crime but a lot is, or can become a crime. We can help you even if the police are not involved, but nothing will change if you don’t take action. You may not know how to do this, but we can give you the information and support you need to change things.

The impact of antisocial behaviour

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