Draft Inverclyde Antisocial Behaviour Strategy 2020 - 2025

Inverclyde Council is asking for your experiences and views of antisocial behaviour to help with the draft Inverclyde Antisocial Behaviour Strategy.

The consultation runs until Friday 20th December 2019.

The Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004 (The Act) places a duty on each local authority and Chief Constable to jointly prepare, publish, review and revise a strategy to tackle Antisocial Behaviour (ASB) in the authority’s area. The current strategy for Inverclyde expires in March 2020.

The strategy sets out the several legislative requirements of The Act which is detailed in the document "Draft Inverclyde Antisocial Behaviour Strategy" (accessed on the panel to the left). 

Whilst overall incidents of antisocial behaviour reported to both Inverclyde Council and Police Scotland have reduced over the previous three years, partners do acknowledge that antisocial behaviour can have a serious impact on the lives of our residents and have a negative impact on communities across Inverclyde.

Therefore to prepare a new strategy we are seeking the views and experiences of people in Inverclyde. If you are interested we would appreciate some of your time by responding to the consultation via the link.

If you want to ask any questions regarding the strategy please contact the Community Safety Team on the email address to the left.

The consultation runs until Friday 20th December 2019.

Thank you in advance.

Page last updated: 19 November 2019