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Anti-social behaviour has been an extremely topical area of law for some years. However, despite the persistent focus on this subject, what may be termed the "law of anti-social behaviour" is still to be found scattered amongst a perplexing array of both criminal and civil statutes, and common law principles - some created for the purpose, others adapted to fit. This exciting new book builds on the authors' previous Blackstone's Guide on the subject, to define the boundaries and parameters of "anti-social behaviour law", and pull together the various offences, powers, and remedies into a single, coherent subject.
Written in a clear and practical style, the book examines the appropriate practice and procedure in the criminal and civil courts, together with alternative forms of dispute resolution. The text is supported by a range of helpful court forms and precedents, flowcharts, and summaries, and the appendices include relevant non-statutory materials (such as central government guidance, codes of practice, and guides to best practice).