Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour

Whether it’s threatening behaviour, loud music or unsightly gardens, all anti-social behaviour shares one thing: it affects everyone’s quality of life and can have a lasting impact on our customers’ mental and physical health. We take anti-social behaviour seriously and will work with you and other agencies to ensure that your problems are dealt with quickly and effectively.

 

How we can deal with nuisance neighbours

We use a range of legal and preventative tools to help us tackle anti-social behaviour depending on how severe the case such as Warnings, Acceptable Behaviour Contracts, Undertakings, InjunctionsPossession Orders. We also provide evidence to GM Police and Trafford Council's Community Safety Team.

 

Race and hate crime

Hate crimes are where someone is subject to hostility or prejudice because of their disability, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender identity.

 

Who can be the victim of a racist and religious hate incident?

Anyone can be the victim of a racist or religious hate incident. Someone may wrongly believe you are part of a certain racial or religious group. Or someone may target you because of your partner’s religion. A racial group means a group of people who are defined by reference to their race, colour, nationality or ethnic or national origin.

 

What can be a racist or religious hate incident?

Racist or religious hate incidents can take many forms including:

  • verbal and physical abuse
  • bullying
  • threatening behaviour
  • online abuse
  • damage to property
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