What You Need to Know

Introduction - Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)

Everyone has the right to live in a safe environment free of fear from harm.

Your child has the right to be safe and happy wherever they are, be it at home, in your garden, on the street outside your home or around your neighbourhood.

You may be worried about the anti-social behaviour of others in your community and how it may affect the safety of your child. Or you may be worried that your child is behaving in an anti-social way and are concerned about the consequences and what to do to help your child.

The following information explains ASB its effects and consequences and what is being done to deal with the problem.