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By J. Donoghue

ISBN-10: 0230594441

ISBN-13: 9780230594449

This booklet vigorously demanding situations the prevailing dominant educational view on ASBOs as misguided instruments of social keep watch over, and offers another standpoint on anti-social habit administration which expressly promotes the assumption of ASBOs as able to allowing a good technique of engagement between neighborhood experts, housing pros and citizens.

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However, with the appointment of a new Prime Minister (Gordon Brown), and more recently, the 42 Anti-Social Behaviour Orders appointment of a new Home Secretary (Alan Johnson), these changes undoubtedly have consequences for the development and evolution of anti-social behaviour policy. While commentators had contemplated that a change in the Labour Party leadership might signal a more nuanced and less authoritarian policy perspective on anti-social behaviour and, in particular youth crime, this has manifestly not transpired.

Indeed, Burney (2005: 18–19) asserts that it was this atmosphere of anxiety that pushed Blair to ‘translate his belief in mutual responsibilities into a “no excuses for crime” narrative. His communitarian beliefs might have taken a different turn. But instead the culture of censure and blame took over’. Similarly, Downes and Morgan (2007: 214–15) have suggested that the ‘tough on crime’ slogan adopted by New Labour was in effect rather disingenuous, particularly, they contend, because the phrase served to conceal the de facto practice and policy-based difficulties inherent in such a dual agenda.

This means respecting each other’s property, respecting the streets and public places we share and respecting our neighbours’ right to live free from harassment and distress. It is the foundation of a civic society ... [A]nti-social behaviour, in whatever guise, is not acceptable and ... together we will take responsibility to stamp it out, whenever we come across it. This responsibility starts in the family, where parents are accountable for the actions of their children and set the standards they are to live by.

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