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When an anti-social behaviour report is made, will the perpetrator be contacted?

Yes, to resolve any anti-social behaviour (ASB) case that involves an alleged perpetrator, the ASB team or the assigned Neighbourhood Experience Manager will contact them, as long as the complainant agrees to it.

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