Tag anti social behaviour

Call for research participants

Call for research participants:  I am Amanda Steele, and I am a graduate student in the Department of Experimental Psychology at the University of Oxford. I am collaborating with Dr. Craig Smith of Vanderbilt University (USA) on a study examining how people are thinking, feeling, and dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. I am inviting you

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In the media: Discussing noise complaints and neighbour disputes

ASB Help are featured in this weeks Scottish Sunday Express, discussing the significant increase in noise complaints, neighbour disputes and public nuisance calls. ASB Help reported an increase in complaints of 25%-300% across the board, with most of these related to noise. Read the full article here – Scottish Sunday Express article Our website also

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Podcast with Janine Green and Rebecca Brown on ASB during COVID-19

The podcast, hosted by Janine Green, shares some of Rebecca Brown’s (CEO of ASB Help) advice and practical tips around how best to deliver an ASB service in these challenging times and the tools that remain available to us to resolve issues and support victims. Listen to the podcast here: https://www.janinegreenasb.co.uk/podcast/janine-green-asb-chats-covid-19-and-asb/  Read our latest blog

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VITAL INFORMATION FOR ALL PRACTITIONERS RESPONDING TO COVID-19 RELATED ASB

ASB Help consulted on an urgent COVID-19 related case of anti-social behaviour which was heard in a County Court yesterday. Barrister Iain Wightwick, of Unity Street Chambers, was engaged by the landlord in the first case that we know of to obtain a Part 1 Interim Injunction Order against two residents of a sheltered housing

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Anti-Social Behaviour and COVID-19

Read our new blog post on COVID-19 and how it affects: The levels of anti-social behaviour How victims and perpetrators are dealt with Practitioners – how they must adapt to the changes Read the PDF here Feeling frightened? See here Feeling frustrated? See here  Feeling furious? See here