Tackling anti-social behaviour is most effective when agencies work in partnership
To tackle anti-social behaviour effectively, a number of agencies including; local authorities, the police, police authority, national probation service, fire and rescue services and health services must work together in partnership. These partnerships include crime and disorder reduction partnerships (CDRPs), drug action teams, and local strategic partnerships.
This section explains the roles of the agencies that make up these partnerships. Your local anti-social behaviour co-ordinator will be able to give you more information.
Crown Prosecution Service
Fire and rescue services
Neighbourhood and street wardens
Police and community support officers
Youth offending teams
ARTICLE LAST UPDATED: 04/12/2006