Centre's research on anti-social behaviour cited

Date: 
Monday, 04 February, 2019

The Fifteenth Special Report, Controlling dangerous dogs, has used the Centre's research briefing, Anti-social behaviour powers and young adults (2018) to inform its review of the effectiveness of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991

In relation to dog-related anti-social behaviour, our briefing found that: 

...in a sample of 73 local authorities, the single biggest category for issuing a CPN (29%) to young persons was for animal related reasons and of those, most were dog related

Our briefing can be found here