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When can an anti-social behaviour (ASB) case be closed?

Cases are normally closed with the agreement of the complainant. However, there may be occasions whereby the case is closed without agreement.

The complainant is told in writing when the case is being considered for closure, providing an opportunity for the complainant to provide further information of a continuing nuisance.

Complainants can appeal against the decision to close the case through our review procedure.

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