We have a dedicated anti-social behaviour (ASB) team, who work in partnership with organisations such as Thames Valley Police, the Youth Offending Service and registered local landlords who have homes in this district.
Anti Social Behaviour Draft Policy
In April 2014 the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 came into force. The new Act did not replace any of the previous Anti-social Behaviour Acts in their entirety but amended and updated them. Several powers from existing legislation were renamed and it introduced new concepts such as the 'Community trigger' referred to in the Anti social behaviour and nuisance policy (529kb).
To comply with this new legislation and to inform our communities of our commitment to tackling and reducing anti-social behaviour (ASB) we have re written our joint ASB policy. This policy seeks to set out a common approach for dealing with anti-social behaviour by the Council, so that we deliver a proportionate, consistent service in our communities. In developing the policy regard has been given to the joint corporate Enforcement Policy published on our website.