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Antisocial behaviour in KintoreAntisocial behaviour impacts upon every community in Scotland, including those across Aberdeenshire. In June 2004, the Scottish Parliament passed the Antisocial Behaviour etc. (Scotland) Act 2004, which is intended to assist in the tackling and prevention of this sort of behaviour.

The Act requires the Local Authority (Aberdeenshire Council) to prepare and publish a strategy in consultation with the Chief Constable (Grampian Police) to tackle antisocial behaviour within Aberdeenshire.

In Aberdeenshire, work on the Antisocial Behaviour Strategy was carried out under the banner of Community Safety .

Consultation on the Antisocial Behaviour Strategy was extended to a number of partner organisations, all of which were represented on the Antisocial Behaviour Working Group: