This event will address the issues of Anti-SocialL Behaviour in Greenwich Borough. Anti-SocialL Behaviour provides better protection for victims and communities, the government introduced the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. This provides simpler, more effective powers to tackle anti-social behaviour. The Act also introduced a new discretionary ground for possession; being convicted of a riot related offence anywhere in the UK. A number of new measures to better protect communities from the serious harm caused by anti-social behaviour came into force in October 2014. Which are: The Police Dispersal Power allows the police to disperse anti-social individuals and provide short-term respite to a local community. The power is preventative and allows an officer to deal instantly with someone's behaviour in a particular place and to confiscate related items. The Community Protection Notice enables local authorities and police to stop persistent environmental anti-social behaviour, like graffiti, neighbour noise or rubbish on private land. The Public Spaces Protection Order allows a local council to deal with a particular nuisance or problem that is detrimental to the local community's quality of life by imposing universal conditions on the use of that area. This can be used to tackle issues like dog fouling and restricting the consumption of alcohol. The Closure power which allows the police or local council to close premises where anti-social behaviour has been committed, or was likely to be committed. The new Absolute Ground for Possession which will speed up the possession process in cases where anti-social behaviour or criminality has already been proven by another court.
1. To raise awareness of anti-social behaviour in our community.
2. To address negative impact on people's health. To raise the youths as catalyst of change for positive peer influence.
3. To educate the people on personal responsibilities in keeping our streets, public transport, parks and neighbourhoods, public places clean and safe.
4. To appreciate World of Hope Youth Ambassadors, the Local Authorities and the good citizens for their effort in ensuring reduction in anti- social behaviour.
To young people, Anti-Social Behaviour can be defined as acting in an inappropriate manner that may cause harm and trouble to others or their communities.
The Criminal Behaviour Order (CBO) is issued by the courts after a person has been convicted for a criminal offence. Under the order, a person who has been convicted would be banned from certain activities or places, and would also be required to address their behaviour, for example by attending a drug treatment programme. A breach could see an adult face up to five years in prison. The sentence and punishment can be varied based on the level of offence. If you're caught and convicted there are repercussions that can impact on you for the rest of your life.
1. Swearing, throwing egg or stone
2. Youths congregating with noise and vandalism
3. Vehicle nuisance such as moped and scooter
4. Noise nuisance, such as playing loud music, shouting and Slamming of door
5. Football play in inappropriate places, e.g. residential areas or car parks
6. Street fight, violence and abusive words
7. Dogs barking and fouling
8. Street or residential drug dealing
9. Graffiti, Bullying and Putting legs on the public seat
10.Intimidation, vandalism, firework nuisance, e.t.c.
Report to the Local Authority through phone, letter or visit their office
1. Warning letters and interviews, behaviour contracts and neighbour agreements
2. Conflict resolution meetings
3. Fixed Penalty Notices and Penalty Notices for Disorder
4. Parenting Orders and Individual Support Orders
5. Noise Abatement Notices
6. Community Protection Notices
7. Injunctions, Criminal Behaviour Orders
8. Premises Closure Orders
9. Possession Proceedings Against a Tenant .