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Crime, antisocial behaviour and nuisance Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

ASB Support

Our service is victim led: our aim is to support individuals experiencing Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB). Because ASB can affect people in many ways, we always look at the individual’s experience and the impact the behaviour has on them. We offer a variety of support to help with the impact of the ASB.

One to One Support / Conflict Coaching

This support is provided by our third-party professional mediation providers.

Conflict coaching, or one-one support, involves providers working one-to-one with individuals. This is about working with people to help them bring about positive change and empower them to take responsibility for their problem. This is a balanced, positive way of sorting things out before the situation gets out of control. It helps people talk to each other in a constructive way, so they can deal with situations more positively.

Other agencies that we work with include:

Remedi Working with children on a one to one and group basis, using restorative approaches to build their understanding of the impact of becoming involved in ASB and offending behaviour. Working with the young people to equip them with the tools to make different choices that will divert them away from committing crime / ASB.

Victim Services Hub

Greater Manchester Victims Services offer a wealth of help and support for victims of crime. See the Victim Services Hub for more information and to ask for help.

See a full directory of support services offered by the Council.

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