Anti-social behaviour

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Anti-social behaviour

Anti-Social Behaviour occurs when "a person has acted in a manner that caused or was likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household as him/herself" (Crime and Disorder Act 1998) It may be noise nuisance, verbal abuse, criminal damage or other forms of harassment.

Sussex Police has appointed Alison Puddefoot as its Anti-Social Behaviour Co-ordinator for Rother to take forward the Safer Rother Partnership's work to address anti-social behaviour. She works with housing associations, Sussex Police, Rother District Council and a wide range of other organisations, plus residents and members of the public, to tackle the problems caused by a small number of people. People who have become the subject of an Anti-Social Behaviour Order (ASBO) or have agreed to an Acceptable Behaviour Contract (ABC) have restrictions placed on their activities. This has had a considerable impact on improving the quality of life for a large number of residents.

The reporting form, provided through the link on the right, can be e-mailed to Alison Puddefoot, the Antisocial Behaviour Co-ordinator for Rother. The form provides the early, essential, information needed, it is important that telephone numbers, work, home / mobile are given. Any information given will be treated in the strictest confidence.

If witnesses are known their contact details should also be shown. This information will be used to more effectively and efficiently progress the complaint. Alison can also be contacted by phone, via the Sussex Police non-emergency number 0845 60 70 999 ext 64752 or her mobile, 07787 685817.

Anti-Social Behaviour Orders exist to restrict the activity that is impacting upon lives all complaints are investigated. You can help in this process by informing the Anti-Social Behaviour Co-ordinator through the completion of this form.

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