Anti Social Behaviour
Anti social behaviour is a concern for many local communities especially for those who are living in the poorest and most deprived neighbourhoods.
As part of Broxtowe's initiative to tackle anti-social behaviour Broxtowe Borough Council has an Anti-Social Behaviour database system which monitors and tracks levels of behaviour across the borough. The system allows us to develop cases and therefore identify 'hotspot' areas. Once hotspot areas have been recognised, preventive strategies can be invoked through problem-solving exercises with the community and relevant officials.
As well as utilising a database system, the Council may use evidence gathering equipment to strengthen cases, in order to prosecute. Working together with members of the Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership, we tackle issues of anti-social behaviour effectively and efficiently in order to restore public confidence and establish safer communities.
If you are a resident in Broxtowe who is experiencing anti social behaviour and would like to find out what Broxtowe Borough Council can do to help, please contact our Anti-Social Behaviour Officer.
If you wish to open an anti social behaviour case, please contact the Anti Social Behaviour officer to receive a diary sheet pack. You may use the link opposite to download or access diary sheets to record incidents over a 28 day period but you must ring in to open a case prior to sending them in.
Page Last Updated: 14/09/2011