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Antisocial Behaviour Strategy

Everyone has a right to feel safe in their community andCommunity Safety Partnership logo
people should not have to tolerate graffiti, intimidation by disorderly groups, drunken and abusive conduct, noisy neighbours or any other behaviour that may cause them alarm or distress.

This type of behaviour can have a major impact on the quality of people's lives and the Antisocial Behaviour Etc (Scotland) Act 2004 was introduced to tackle such issues.

 

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Tackling antisocial behaviour in East Dunbartonshire is a priority for the Council, the Police and many of our partner agencies.

Together we are determined that effective action against all forms of antisocial behaviour will make real improvements to the quality of life for everyone living, working and travelling in East Dunbartonshire.

 

The Act requires each Local Authority and the Police to jointly prepare and publish a Strategy to tackle antisocial behaviour, a task that has been accomplished under the direction of the Community Safety Partnership.

A new Strategy will be published shortly. This is in response to an extensive period of consultation with a wide range of organisations and individuals in order to ensure that it reflects the concerns of local people. It will be available to download shortly.

To contact the Antisocial Behaviour team you can email us at:

East Dunbartonshire Council
Housing and Community
Services
Community Protection
Southbank House
Strathkelvin Place
Kirkintilloch
G66 1XQ

Tel: 0300 1234510

Email:antisocialbehaviour@eastdunbarton.gov.uk

Further information on the Antisocial Behaviour Etc (Scotland) Act 2004 is available on the Scottish Government website.

 

 

Last Reviewed: 30/06/2014

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