Using digital learning to combat anti-social behaviour

This post was written in collaboration with our Anti social behaviour specialist, Tracy Jones. 

Anti-social behaviour is having a major impact on communities - from youths hanging around on street corners, neighbours using intimidating and threatening behaviour, through to some of the most serious criminal activity by drug gangs and the exploitation of vulnerable children through ‘county lines’.

None of us working in ASB doubt the impact even the lowest level, persistent ASB has on victims. As an ASB officer earlier in my career, I would sit with those who had their lives devastated by sustained ASB, sometimes over many years, and their pain was all too real.

I have plenty of examples of where perpetrators have been brought to justice, some facing a jail term as a result of their actions. Unfortunately, though, the reality still is that for every victory, many cases are not resolved, or not resolved quickly enough for the victims.

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