But Ms Cox said her girls and Caidence were the only ones to play in that area of the neighbourhood. Despite your type of dwelling, your neighborhood, or your city, the neighbor lottery always ends up being more of a Russian roulette.People experience repeated incidents and problems of intimidation and harassment day after day.In some cases, the victim and the perpetrator live close to each other, often as neighbours.Their mother, Claire Cox, from Solihull, West Midlands, said: ‘I’m shocked – the letter implies they could be given Asbos.’ PCSO Allan Cameron wrote to the children’s parents telling them there had been reports of ‘a rise in antisocial behaviour’.
Anti-social behaviour orders and injunctions and Community Protection Notices are available to protect people from behaviour causing harassment, alarm or distress.
Be The Adult When faced with passive-aggressive actions from your neighbors, you pretty much have two decisions to make.
You can either retaliate with passive-aggressive or just straight out aggressive behaviors.
West Midlands Police has moved to reassure parents their young children would not face Asbos.
Supt Kevin Doyle said the letter was ‘a general reminder’ and ‘not aimed at any family in particular’.