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Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) covers a range of unacceptable behaviour, nuisance and criminal activity, which has a negative effect on the community and the quality of life for residents.
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The Neighbourhood Wardens work across the Stroud District by providing a highly visible presence, whilst acting as the eyes and ears of the community. The Wardens create a safer, cleaner and greener district by engaging within the local parishes and…
Actions which interfere with an individual’s peace, enjoyment and comfort are treated as anti-social behaviour.
20/1028/AP01: Decision to take enforcement action against householder responsible for anti-social behaviour.
20/1438/ND03: Decision to take enforcement action against two householders responsible for anti-social behaviour.
We categorise anti-social behaviour as either serious or minor. Examples of high-risk forms of anti-social behaviour include but are not limited to: threat to life assault Hate crime Safeguarding matters including child neglect While…
You can report an instance of Anti-social Behaviour on the following link: Report antisocial behaviour Out of hours reporting of anti-social behaviour If you would like to report ASB and our offices are closed, you can call our out-of-hours…
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