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R E S I D E N T S H A N D B O O K 2 9 Anti-social behaviour and harassment Anti-social behaviour and harassment Housing Care 21 is committed to tackling anti-social behaviour ASB. We will not tolerate ASB and have published a policy to reaffi rm our strong approach to tackling it. We take our responsibilities towards protecting our residents very seriously. In doing so we will work closely with relevant partner agencies to tackle instances of ASB in our properties. If you wish to see the full policy statement then please contact your court manager who will be happy to provide this to you. What is anti-social behaviour Examples of ASB may include but are not limited to the following bullying criminal damage drunkenness graffi ti loud music noise nuisance pet nuisance racial harassment and hate crime sexual offences verbal abuse threats harassment and intimidation violence or threats of violence. Residents have a responsibility to comply with the terms and conditions of their tenancy agreement or lease. Those agreements require residents not to cause ASB and not to allow members of their households invited visitors or pets to cause ASB.