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Title: ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOUR


1
ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR Ealings Approach
2
  • PC Stuart McNair
  • Anti-social Behaviour Lead
  • Ealing Police

3
Types of Behaviour
Street Drinking and Drunkenness
Graffiti and Criminal Damage
Drugs e.g. Crack Houses
Abandoned Vehicles
Begging and prostitution
Noisy Neighbours
Rowdy behaviour
Cycling on Footpaths
Litter and Fly Tipping
Youth nuisance
Intimidation and harassment
4
SUBJECTIVE
5
What are we doing?
  • Dedicated Personnel
  • ASB Audit, Strategy and Action Plan
  • Utilising Legislation
  • Holistic Approach
  • Clear Messages/Awareness Raising
  • Neighbourhoods Theme Group


6
Acceptable Behaviour Contracts
  • Voluntary agreements
  • Piloted in 2001
  • Now borough wide
  • Emphasis on support and addressing behaviour
  • Dedicated ABC worker

7
Anti-Social Behaviour Orders
  • On Conviction, Interim and Stand Alone
  • 27 on Ealing borough
  • ASBO protocol
  • ASBO panel
  • ASBO Case Worker for Juveniles
  • Quality not Quantity

8
Prohibitions
  • Reasonable
  • Proportionate
  • Based on the evidence presented

9
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10
Section 30 Dispersal Orders
  • 5 Orders in 2004
  • 5 Orders so far in 2005
  • Introduced the first schools related order in the
    Metropolitan Police District

11
Requirements to Introduce
  • Gathering of documented evidence
  • Consultation with residents
  • Consultation between police and local authority
  • Mandatory agreement between police and local
    authority

12
Before Dispersal Order 12/05/2004
13/11/2004 114 allegations during this period
22 ABH 2 Affray 2 S18 and S20 Assault 23 Criminal
Damage 7 Drugs 14 Other Theft 2 Offensive
Weapon 4 Protection from Harassment 9
Robbery/Snatch 2 Theft of Pedal Cycle 22 Common
Assault 5 Causing Harassment
13
During Dispersal order 14/11/2004
13/05/2005 81 allegations during this period
11 ABH 0 Affray 1 S18 and S20 Assault 22 Criminal
Damage 14 Drugs 5 Other Theft 1 Offensive
Weapon 1 Protection from Harassment 9
Robbery/Snatch 0 Theft of Pedal Cycle 12 Common
Assault 5 Causing Harassment
14
After Dispersal Order 14/05/2005
26/06/2005 17 allegations during this period
3 ABH 0 Affray 1 S18 and S20 Assault 5 Criminal
Damage 0 Drugs 0 Other Theft 0 Offensive Weapon 1
Protection from Harassment 2 Robbery/Snatch 0
Theft of Pedal Cycle 4 Common Assault 1 Causing
Harassment
15
Comparison 33 offences less occurred in the area
during the six-month period covered by the
Dispersal Order when compared to the previous
six-month period. There were half the ABH
allegations in the period covered by the
Dispersal Order than in the previous 6 months (11
rather than 22). There were twice as many drugs
arrests in the area during the period covered by
the Dispersal Order, and a considerably smaller
number of Other Thefts. The areas in which the
offences occurred remain unchanged offences
tend to occur in the same areas of the Windmill
Park Estate. Alderson Place experienced an
increase in offending during this period. The
rates for offending in the area are shown in the
table below. There was a significantly lower rate
of offending in this area during the six months
the Dispersal Order lasted than in the previous
six months. Although there has not been a long
period to analyse the effect of the Dispersal
Order, it is clear that this reduced rate of
offending has thus far been maintained in the
days since the Dispersal Order ended.   It
must be remembered that seasonal fluctuation
could account for varying numbers of allegations
in the area.
16
Crack House Closures15 so far this year
17
Crack House Closure
  • Linked to the problems of groups congregating
  • Police, Council, Housing Provider and Social
    Services worked together
  • Classic Crack House noise, health and safety
    issues, house had been trashed, streams of
    visitors, intimidation of neighbours, known
    criminals and dealers congregated there
  • PCSOs worked with neighbours to collect evidence
    and reassure
  • Warrant executed and evidence of Class As found
    already loads of ASB evidence!
  • Notice and Order served boarded up and cleaned
    up ASAP
  • Residents thrilled and brought refreshments out
    to the officers whilst boarding up
  • Tracking the activity of the previous tenant

18
New Powers?
  • Bills Presently Before Parliament

19
Anti-Social Behaviour Bill 2005
  • Chief Officer of police to produce strategy to
    combat anti-social behaviour?
  • Police to issue ASBOs?
  • Removal of Housing Benefit for 6 months?

20
Violent Crime Reduction Bill 2005
  • Drinking Banning Orders?
  • Alcohol Disorder Zones?
  • Closure Notices for licensed premises?
  • Directions to individuals who present a risk of
    disorder?
  • Manufacture, import sale of imitation firearms?
  • Power to search school pupils for weapons?

21
Useful Information
  • PC Stuart McNair
  • stuart.mcnair_at_met.police.uk
  • 020 8246 9455
  • TOGETHER website www.together.gov.uk
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