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Anti-social behaviour is any activity that impacts on other people in a negative way. Selfish and unacceptable behaviour can blight people's quality of community life and we are committed to tackling it.
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West Midlands Police take anti-social behaviour very seriously because it can have such a terrible impact on people's daily lives.
We take various measures to deal with anti-social behaviour, from imposing fines and making arrests to confiscating vehicles and working with the council to tackle so-called 'problem families'.
The measures we take differ but the solution we look for is the same - to stop the behaviour and enhance the quality of life in our neighbourhoods.
Action may be initiated by a number of agencies including the police, local authorities, registered social landlords, housing trusts and youth offending teams.
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If you are experiencing anti-social behaviour in your area you can contact your local police station to discuss your concerns and work towards a lasting solution to your problem. There are several ways in which you can report anti-social behaviour to us:
Your neighbourhood officers genuinely appreciate how anti-social behaviour can seriously impact upon your quality of life. By working together we can find sustainable solutions to problems and help create neighbourhoods that are safe for everyone.
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