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Anti-social Behaviour: Courts

Question for Home Office

UIN 73899, tabled on 12 November 2021

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether (a) she and (b) officials in her Department have held meetings with the Liaison and Diversion Service since publication of the Civil Justice Review report into Anti-social Behaviour and the Civil Courts in October 2020.

Answered on

22 November 2021

The Government is committed to tackling and preventing anti-social behaviour (ASB). We know the serious impact that ASB has on both individuals and communities.

The Home Office chairs the Anti-Social Behaviour Strategic Board which brings together key partners from agencies and other Government departments, including to catalyse joint working and share best practice on ASB.

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) meets regularly with HM Courts and Tribunal Service (HMCTS), including on the recommendations in the Civil Justice Council’s report on ‘Anti-social Behaviour and the Civil Courts’. The MoJ is also working with the Civil Procedure Rules Committee (CPRC) to consider how to address recommendations in the report.

The Home Secretary meets regularly with her Cabinet colleagues to discuss government priorities, which include crime and anti-social behaviour.

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