Anti-so­cial be­hav­iour de­fined

Burton Mail - - News -

PO­LICE say anti-so­cial be­hav­iour can range from mild an­noy­ance to in­ci­dents caus­ing gen­uine fear and inse­cu­rity. It could be a one-off event or some­thing that re­curs time and time again.

Ex­am­ples in­clude nui­sance neigh­bours, yob­bish be­hav­iour and in­tim­i­dat­ing groups tak­ing over pub­lic spa­ces, van­dal­ism, graf­fiti and fly-post­ing, peo­ple dealing and buy­ing drugs on the street, dump­ing rub­bish and aban­don­ing cars, anti-so­cial drink­ing, the mis­use of fire­works and reck­less driv­ing of mini-mo­tor­bikes.

The force has said that once it is re­ported they will pro­vide reg­u­lar up­dates to the com­mu­nity on what is be­ing done to deal with it. It said it takes re­ports of anti-so­cial be­hav­iour se­ri­ously.

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