Anti Social Behaviour – Tools and Powers
The Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 has brought a number of changes to the tools and powers available to organisations, agencies and practitioners who tackle Anti-social behaviour.
Anti-social behaviour covers a wide range of actions that are unacceptable, as it causes harm to the individual, to the community and/or to the environment. Tackling this behaviour is the responsibility of many organisations and agencies working together to make the public feel safe.
This course provides learners with a broad based knowledge and understanding of the changes.
At the end of the course the students will be able to:
- Describe the current tools and legislative powers available to tackle anti-social and nuisance behaviour
- Explain and evaluate when, where, why and how tools and powers should be used to tackle anti-social and nuisance behaviour
- Identify and compare the diverse network of organisations that provides assets, resources and powers to tackle anti-social behaviour
- Changes and instruction in the new tools and powers and what this means to your organisation
- An overview and explanation of the new tools and powers resulting from the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
- Planning and delivering the operational formal and informal remedies in line with legislation, best practice and your local policies and procedures.
- 1 day
- Criminal Behaviour Orders
- Dispersal Powers
- Community Protection Notices
- Public Spaces Protection Orders
- Closure of Premises Associated with Nuisance or Disorder
- Recovery of Possession of Dwelling-Houses on Anti-social Behaviour Grounds
- Local Involvement and Accountability
- Community Remedies
- Response to Complaints About Anti-social Behaviour (Community Triggers)
- Housing Providers
- The Police
- Local Authorities
- Youth Offending Teams
- Fire and Rescue Service
- Community Safety Partnerships