Anti Social Behaviour
Linc believes that every person has a right to enjoy life in their own way, providing they don’t adversely affect the lives of those living and working around them. We will work with partner agencies and residents to achieve safer, stronger communities, making our neighbourhoods a good place to live.
What is Anti-Social Behaviour?
What isn’t considered Anti-Social Behaviour?
- Children playing in the street / children arguing
- Staring or looking at someone
- One off parties
Flushing toilets, cooking smells, young children crying etc
A summary on our Anti-Social Behaviour Policy and Procedures can be found in this document HS006 Summary of Policy and Procedure on anti-social behaviour.docx [docx] 104KB The Statement of Policy and Procedure is available on request.