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Antisocial behaviour ignored by authorities
Street drinking or drunken behaviour is the most common form of Antisocial behaviour (ASB). Antisocial behaviour is being played down or ignored by the authorities despite blighting the lives of victims, according to a report. People persistently targeted by perpetrators are left to suffer in silence amid shortcomings in the response by agencies including the police and councils, it has been claimed.
Published by Author - 30/4/2019
Ten pointers to human self destruction
Ten pointers to human self-destruction courtesy of LiveScience.com; gossiping is number one on the list of toxic behaviours.
Published by Author - 20/4/2019
Police attitude to stalking, abuse and harassment
Two articles highlighting the police attitude to stalking, harassment and abuse. They concern the unfortunate cases of Alice Ruggles and Shana Grice.
Published by Author - 11/4/2019
Shana Grice: Disciplinary action for Sussex Police officers
Three police officers are facing disciplinary action over the case of a woman who was fined for wasting police time when she reported the stalker ex who went on to murder her.
Published by Author - 10/4/2019
Alice Ruggles: Police and Army 'failed' stalking victim
Police and Army bosses have been criticised for failings leading up to the death of a stalking victim at the hands of her soldier ex-boyfriend.
Trimaan Dhillon cut 24-year-old Alice Ruggles' throat after breaking into her Gateshead flat in October 2016.
Published by Author - 10/4/2019
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