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Crime Reduction Toolkits

Anti-Social Behaviour

Crime - Let's bring it down
 
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Toolkits Homepage
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Toolkits Content
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Introduction
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What do we know
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Local Solutions
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Tackling The Problem
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Making It Happen
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Resources
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Innovation
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Practical Tools
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Contact Points
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Toolkit Index

Contents

1. Introduction

The Problem of Anti-Social Behaviour

Objectives of the Anti-Social Behaviour Toolkit

2. What Do We Know About Anti-Social Behaviour

Fact & Figures
The Problem of definition
Trends
Volume
Fear of Crime
Data on Court Actions
Where is it Concentrated?
Financial Impact

Risk Factors
Victims
Racism 
Homophobia
Mental Health

Young People as Victims
Offenders 
Young People as offenders
Drug and Alcohol Misuse

References

 

National Context
Main Government Initiatives
Legislation
Crime and Disorder act 1998
Housing Act 1996
Related Government Initiatives

 

3. Developing Local Solutions for Local Problems

Outline Approach

Assessing the Local Situation
Assembling Your Anti-Social Behaviour Team
Carrying Out an Anti-Social Behavior Audit

Identifying the Problem

Data Sources
Analysing causes

Developing  A Local Strategy
Developing Potential  Solutions
Agreeing Priorities
Generating Ideas
Appraising Options
Developing up a balanced programme

4. Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour

Who Can Help and Local Solutions 
Evaluated options

5. Making It Happen

Planning for action
Setting local targets
Issues of Implementation
Tracking Progress and Achievement

6. Resources

7. Innovation

8. Practical Tools

9. Contact Points

10. Information

 

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