Q1. How many complaints of Anti-social Behaviour have you received in the last 24 months?
Q2. How do you record complaints?: if you separate different types of Anti-social Behaviour such as environmental from neighbour disputes, please explain how.
Q3. How many times have you issued a Community Protection Warning or a Community Protection Notice to manage Anti-social Behaviour in the last 24 months?
Q4. How many Community Protection Notice breaches have you enforced in the last 24 months?
Q5. How many fixed penalty notices have you issued for breaches of a Community Protection in the last 24 months?
Q6. How many times have you obtained an On-Notice part 1 Anti-Social Behaviour in the last 24 months, where you are the applicant?
Q7. How many times have you obtained a Without Notice part 1 Anti- Social Behaviour Injunction in the last 24 months, where you are the applicant?
Q8. How many Part 1 Anti- Social Behaviour Injunctions breaches have you enforced in the last 24 months?
Q9. How many Part 1 Anti-Social Behaviour Injunction breaches have resulted in a custodial sentence, suspended or otherwise?
Q10. How many partial closure orders have you obtained, where you are the applicant, in the last 24 months?
Q11. How many full closure orders have you obtained, where you are the applicant, in the last 24 months?
Q1. In the last 24 months a total of 37 ASB complaints were received.
Q2. When ASB complaints are logged we do not separate them by different types of Anti-Social Behaviour. However when they are logged they are separated by locality, the localities they can be logged under are: Grays, Chadwell, Tilbury, Ockendon, Purfleet & Aveley, Stanford &Corringham, East Tilbury, Orsett
Q6. Fewer than 5 (see below)
Q7. Fewer than 5 (see below)
Q9. We do not hold this information, it is held by Essex Police.
We are unable to provide an exact number for questions 6 and 7 above as:
- There is a low number involved.
- The release of this information could identify individuals which would constitute their personal data under the Data Protection Act
- There is no prior expectation on the part of these individuals that their personal information would be published in the wider public domain under the FOI Act
- Personal data of any other person is exempt under section 40 (2) of the Data Protection Act.
In the interests of transparency, however, we are able to provide this information to you categorised as fewer than 5 to give you an indication of the figures
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