How to deal with anti-social behaviour.
Anti-social behaviour is not only annoying, or damaging to property, but often can also affect the mental health of those who are subject to it. It can create anxiety and stress, and cause fear leading to isolation and ill health.
It can quickly bring an area down, reducing house prices, making house sales impossible.
Find out how to report it and get help.
Your local authority can: apply to a court for an order to stop or prevent violent antisocial behaviour in its area. apply to a court for an order to stop public nuisance, which includes drug-dealing. take action to stop noise, nuisance and threats to health.
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