How should local agencies tackle anti-social behaviour?

Have your say over plans to change the approach to tackling anti social behaviour.

An online anti-social behaviour consultation has been launched by the Home Office to get your opinions about government plans to reform how local agencies tackle anti-social behaviour.

St. Helens residents – along with local Community Safety Partners and practitioners who work to reduce anti-social behaviour in our Communities are being invited to complete the survey online.

The proposals - which include faster, more flexible tools and effective sanctions –  aim to help professionals and, in some cases, courts stop anti-social behaviour earlier, and better protect victims and communities

The consultation will be available to read online until 3rd May. 

To take part in the survey and have your say visit

If you prefer you can respond by email:

or by letter to:

Anti-social behaviour unit
Home Office 4th floor Fry building,
2 Marsham Street