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Why you need to take a much broader approach to tackling nuisance issues (05 Sep 06)

Donít just use the usual statutory suspects Ė you must involve everybody who is affected- even indirectly - to get solutions that really work

Anti-social behavior shatters communities and wrecks lives.

It destroys neighbourhoods. It distresses vulnerable people. It fosters fear and anxiety. Itís now so high on the agenda that organisations are legally obliged to show they are tackling it.

Indeed, tackling anti social behavior and encouraging good behavior is now the priority for local authori…

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