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Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is a term which covers a range of issues from harassment to noise nuisance and dropping litter
Stockport Council will not be progressing any further alleygating schemes.
This page contains useful links and information on what to do before and after an incident occurs.
The Council provides a first point of contact for members of the public, elected members and the emergency services in relation to any out of hours emergency where an immediate response from the Council is necessary.
Stockport Magistrates' Court is a 12 courtroom building located at the Courthouse in Edward Street, Stockport.
Crimemapper is a website which displays local crime information, allowing members of the public to see what is happening in their local area with regards to crime data and anti-social behaviour statistics at a street level.
Find the emergency contact details for Stockport Council and other local emergency services.
Stockport Council plans to exercise its powers under the Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2014 and impose a PSPO on part of Stockport Town Centre which has been affected by certain forms of anti-social behaviour and a consultation process is now open.
The Youth Offending Service is key to the success of the Youth Justice System.
The Greater Manchester Victims’ Services website makes it easier for victims and survivors of crime to get help and support.