Anti Social Behaviour in Housing Related Services

In Liverpool

£ 95 + VAT


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This course will deliver a firm introduction for all manner of housing worker into the definitions of anti social behaviour, the ways in which legislation effects housing associations and approaches too its management.
Suitable for: This course is relevant to most workers within the Housing Sector and offers a good overview of purpose of and current thinking in relation to anti social behaviour.




Liverpool (Merseyside)
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12 Tapton Way, Wavertree Business Village, Liverpool, L13 1da


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Teachers and trainers (1)

Joy Wilson

Joy Wilson

Joy Wilson worked in local government from 1989 - 2002 and qualified as a Fellow of the Institute of Legal Executives. She predominantly dealt with housing litigation, education and social services legal matters...

Course programme

Objectives & Course Content

  • Exploring what constitutes Anti Social behaviour
  • Exploring early interventions (challenges, warnings, use of ABC's)
  • Multi-agency approach - Does it work?
  • Interviewing techniques
  • The importance of good witness statement preparation

Remedies available to tackle ASB, including :

  • Possession proceedings
  • Anti-Social Behaviour Orders
  • Anti-Social Behaviour Injunctions
  • Demotion Orders

Open Course Cost:

£95 + vat/person. Includes comprehensive course handouts and buffet lunch.European funding may be available to some organisations which will bring course cost down to only £47.50 + vat/person

Duration : One day, 09:15-16:00

Additional information

Contact person: Jan Harrison

Anti Social Behaviour in Housing Related Services

£ 95 + VAT