Reducing Anti Social Behaviour has been a target for government for a number of years now; consequently the law in this area is under regular review as successive adminstrations strengthen the powers, plug the gaps, and then fearing it is over complex, strip it back down again.
Confronting and tackling perpetrators is an integral part of housing management; Social Landlords have an ongoing duty to publish and follow policies and procedures for managing anti social behaviour, and tenants
Well managed estates become popular places to live; conversely when the lives of few blight the lives of many, the Landlord can lose control, leading to sink estates with the associated financial costs of voids and vandalism not to mention the human costs of misery for those having to live there.
The fluidity of the law in this area means there is a need for regular and indepth updates to ensure those dealing with ASB on a daily basis have a detailed awareness of the available remedies, and those responsible for
Modules covered on this course:
- Managing an Anti Social Behaviour case
- The Legal Tools for tackling anti social behaviour: current and proposed
- Case law updates: how the courts interpret the law
- The Human Rights Act and Anti Social Behaviour
- The Equality Act and Anti Social Behaviour
- Using the tools: case studies to demonstrate achieving a successful outcome
- Case preparation and witness statements
Delegates will have a deeper understanding of the workings of the legislation and the expectation of the Courts, enabling them to make management decisions at an early stage based on what is achievable using the available tools. Opportunity to discuss case scenarios in a group environment will develop confidence to manage anti social behaviour caseloads.
Who should attend?
Housing Management staff, Generic Housing Officers, Community Safety Officers, and Policy makers in your organisation responsible for tackling anti social behaviour.
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