Updated: 23 May 2013
Anti-social behaviour can cover a wide range of behaviour, from low level noise nuisance to serious harassment.
These are some examples of anti-social behaviour:
- Unacceptable behaviour towards other people or groups of people because they are perceived to be “different” - for example because of their race, their religious or political beliefs, their sexual orientation or because they have a physical disability or mental health issue.
- Violence, or the threat of violence.
- Noise nuisance (for example, rowdy parties, loud music or TVs).
- Vandalism & graffiti.
- Carrying out domestic violence.
- Parking vehicles inconsiderately, abandoning vehicles or creating a nuisance from vehicles.
- Selling drugs from a Housing Executive property or using it for other unlawful purposes.