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Research Report Anti-social behaviour: impacts on individuals and local communities

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Anti-social behaviour: impacts on individuals and local communities
Home Office Research Report including CD-ROM of data

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Despite often being described as ‘low-level crime’, existing evidence suggests anti-social behaviour (ASB) can result in a range of negative emotional, behavioural, social, health and financial impacts. These include negative mental health effects, avoidance behaviours and decreased economic productivity. While existing evidence explores what the impacts of ASB are, the Home Office commissioned Ipsos to conduct mixed methods research to better understand the impacts on victims and their wider community. Specifically, to:
  • improve current understanding of the individual impacts of ASB on people who have experienced or witnessed it, including quantifying these impacts
  • explore the wider impacts of ASB beyond the individual, such as impacts on the community and overall trust in institutions, including quantifying these impacts
  • identify differences between ASB types and how this affects the level of impact on the individual and the wider community

This research can support intervention design, targeting support towards those individuals with characteristics linked to more severe impacts. Moreover, it can help to support future research, such as possible future work looking into the scale and costs of the impacts of ASB. 
ISBN
9781804921883
Author
Home Office
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
30 March 2023
Publisher's Ref
Home Office Research Report
Format
Paperback
Extent
60 pages plus CD-ROM
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Approx Weight
0.23 kg
HS Code
490199