Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour: What Really Works

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Abstract

Tackling anti-social behaviour is high on the agenda of both national government and local agencies. Local partnerships, together with local communities, have been encouraged to identify local problems, develop strategies and action plans, and evaluate their interventions to inform future practice. This briefing highlights examples of work carried out by agencies from across the country that have been successful in tackling anti-social behaviour.
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