This report presents the findings of research on anti-social behaviour (henceforth ASB) in London. The research explored the impact of ASB on the lives of Londoners and examined how agencies are responding to problems of ASB across London. The overall aim of the research was to inform, and set the context for, the development of the London Anti-Social Behaviour Strategy. The strategy is being produced by 11 cross-London agencies with shared responsibilities for tackling ASB, and establishes a regional framework for action on ASB.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||Greater London Authority|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|