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Anti-social behaviour is the common term used to describe incidents or actions that cause damage or affect the quality of life of people in a community.
It can be any behaviour which causes ‘harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household’ and can include:
The partnership recognises that crime, fear of crime and anti-social behaviour are all concerns for local people and together the agencies are working hard to tackle them. For more information see our Preston community safety partnership page.
Previous victims of anti-social behaviour are now able to request a review of their case using the community trigger. For more information see our community trigger page.
For useful contacts and links to report anti social behaviour, see our how to report how to report anti-social behaviour page.
For information and advice, police performance and an interactive map showing crimes committed in your area visit the police.uk website.
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