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Understanding of complex anti-social behaviour cases including cases presented at partner risk assessment conference (ASBRAC)

Understanding of complex anti-social behaviour cases including cases presented at partner risk assessment conference (ASBRAC)

Understanding of complex anti-social behaviour cases including cases presented at partner risk assessment conference (ASBRAC)

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The volume of recorded anti-social behaviour (ASB) has been slowly decreasing over the last three years. However, the number of ASBRAC (Anti-Social Behaviour Risk Assessment Conference) cases has remained high with an increase in high risk cases.
ASBRAC is a multi-agency approach for supporting the most vulnerable victims of ASB.  Often the victims are isolated or hard-to-reach groups and research shows that they are more likely to become repeat victims of crime and suffer poorer health.

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