Anti Social Behaviour

The Antisocial Behaviour Act 2003 and Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011 define antisocial behaviour as.

‘Behaviour by a person which causes, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress to persons not of the same household as the person’

This could be through noise nuisance, abusive behaviour or irresponsible use of vehicles or waste management, such as fly tipping or through land and property disputes.

We would always advise clients who are victims of such behaviours to keep a log of events by date, time and description with as much detail as they are able. Audio and video recordings taken on a mobile device or camera can also assist.

This information may help in reporting matters to the police or a local authority or landlord.

However, with public services being stretched for time and resources Artemis can work for you by deploying operatives to conduct surveillance and to gain evidence of antisocial behaviour and present it for you in an admissible and acceptable evidential format.

All of the above can help to fight your cause with a local authority or neighbourhood policing team and any subsequent action in either the civil or criminal courts.

We handle all information gained in accordance with the Data Protection Principles and are registered with the Information Commissioners Office.

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