Acceptable Behaviour Contracts is a written agreement by an individual, the Council, and the police, not to commit certain anti-social acts.
ASBOs are civil orders aimed at protecting the public from behaviour that causes, or is likely to cause, harassment
Under the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003 we have the right to apply for a Demotion Order
An injunction is a court order that prevents a person behaving in a certain way.
Parenting contracts are voluntary written agreements made between local agencies and the individual parents
The order will prevent the child or young person from engaging in further criminal activity, or anti-social behaviour.
Fixed penalty notices and penalty notices for disorder are one-off penalties
The Council may apply to the court to evict council tenants for serious cases of ASB
The police, working with local authorities, now have powers to take action in problem areas to help communities
Where a person is found to be committing anti-social behaviour, a letter is usually delivered to them, or the parent