Over the course of 2014 the IPSCJ, commissioned by Northants Police, carried out research into Anti-Social Behaviour in Northamptonshire.
For a summary of the findings, click the link below.
The project had three main aims, namely:
(i) To build a picture of the scope, scale and nature of Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) in Northamptonshire;
(ii) To undertake a scoping exercise and review of the processes currently in place to respond to ASB; and
(iii) To make recommendations in relation to “what works” when responding to ASB.
The report draws upon 31 semi-structured interviews with (a total of 39) stakeholders representing 22 key organisations tasked with responding to ASB in Northamptonshire. In addition, analysis of police recorded ASB incident data was undertaken.
Findings and Recommendations
(i) Scope, Scale and Nature of Anti-social Behaviour in Northamptonshire
(ii) Scoping and Review of Current Processes
(iii) “What Works?”
A three-page summary of the IPSCJ’s findings and recommendations can be accessed by clicking below: