Posted 23 days ago

Anti-Social Behaviour Officer - Hybrid

Job Details

Role Purpose 
As an Anti Social Behaviour specialist, you will manage a full range of council housing anti-social behaviour casework. We require to experienced ASB officers to work as part of our resident relationship team which is responsible for managing ASB ranging from noise nuisance, Domestic Abuse and Cuckooing. To work with residents, including tenants, owner occupiers and local community groups to create a pleasant, safe and secure environment where they can live in peace, feel safe and be proud of where they live without fear. To receive reports of crime and ASB, respond within relevant timescales and record reports on ASB database. To contribute towards the ASB Team’s overall performance by complying with agreed Key Performance Indicators and other relevant deadlines.
To manage complex cases of crime and anti-social behaviour of all priority levels regardless of tenure. To complete ASB risk assessments, to ensure effective risk management plans are in place for victims identified at a higher risk of harm. To use a variety of legal and non legal remedies as part of interventions to deal with those engaged in anti-social behaviour and crime. To investigate and deal with issues including (but not limited to):

  • Domestic Abuse
  •  Mental Health
  • Hate Crime
  • Child Sexual and Criminal Exploitation  
  • Vulnerable Adults 
  • Drug Attractor addresses
  • Brothels
  • Misuse of Public Spaces
  • ASB and Crime on Housing Estates
Manage priority 1 level cases on behalf of council housing. To promptly challenge anti-social behaviour, working closely with relevant teams in Council Housing and other internal services and external organisations.
To follow policies and procedures when dealing with victims and perpetrators of anti- social behaviour.
To refer high risk cases and locational issues to existing multi-agency panels ie CMARAC and PPSG. To represent the ASB Team at case work management meetings relevant to Crime and ASB ie Domestic Abuse MARAC and Intergrated Offender Management Panel
  • Minimum of 2 years Anti Social Behaviour experience
  • Knowledge and experience of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
  • Experience working in a housing association or council

  • Initial 3 to 6 month ongoing contract 
  • PAYE via Umbrella
  • Hybrid - minimum 1 day in office 
  • Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm (37.5 hours)

If you are interested in this position AND meet the requirements, APPLY NOW!