How we tackle anti-social behaviour - Acceptable behaviour contracts

An Acceptable Behaviour Contract (ABC) is a voluntary contract between the perpetrator of the anti-social behaviour, the council and other agencies. These contracts enable conditions to be placed upon an individual restricting their behaviour. While the signing of an ABC is voluntary, a breach could give supporting evidence towards the application for an Anti-Social Behaviour Order.

Whilst putting conditions on the individual we also try and support them by making appropriate referrals to specialist agencies e.g. the Targeted Support & Youth Justice Service.

 

 


Last Updated on Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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An Acceptable Behaviour Contract (ABC) is a voluntary contract between the perpetrator of the anti-social behaviour, the council and other agencies. These contracts enable conditions to be placed upon an individual restricting their behaviour. While the signing of an ABC is voluntary, a breach could give supporting evidence towards the application for an Anti-Social Behaviour Order.

Whilst putting conditions on the individual we also try and support them by making appropriate referrals to specialist agencies e.g. the Targeted Support & Youth Justice Service.


Last Updated on Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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