Antisocial behaviour is defined as behaviour by a person which causes, or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to persons not of the same household of the person (Antisocial Behaviour Act 2003 and Police Reform and Social Responsibility Act 2011). Common types of antisocial behaviour in the UK include graffiti, drug abuse, drinking in public, noise pollution and littering.
Confronting these issues can be a very intimidating and potentially dangerous if handled incorrectly, and much like most other crimes, the police are too stretched to deal with them efficiently and as they taking place. Antisocial behaviour is a public annoyance and can lead to regular law abiding citizens in fear of leaving their own homes. This is obviously not acceptable and needs to be dealt with accordingly.
Sentry Investigations covertly evidence antisocial behaviour in areas where you believe it is taking place, making it easy pickings for the police to act upon the perpetrators and restoring peace in your community. On most occasions the police rely on CCTV to catch out perpetrators but there are two main reasons why CCTV is not always effective.
1) CCTV is not everywhere. Local criminals are fully aware of where the CCTV cameras are their area and unfortunately they are clever enough to avoid them.
2) CCTV video imagery is grainy at the best of times making it very difficult to identify who the perpetrators are.
To contact trusted local private investigators who can be deployed anywhere with the most advanced covert recording equipment on the market, get in touch with Sentry Investigations. We provide clear cut evidence backed up with formal reports and witness statements ready to be handed over to the police. All the police then have to do is make the arrests.
See the 5 News report below regarding antisocial behaviour and how police and local authorities are struggling to tackle the issue.