Anti-social behaviour has become an all too real issue in recent years with many local authorities and their staff having to learn how to deal effectively with difficult problems arising within their housing stock; this in addition to their daily duties.
Anti-social problems can range from neighbour disputes to drug dealing – highlight the myriad of issues presenting themselves at the local authorities throughout the country. It is imperative that they are dealt with effectively to prevent difficulties escalating.
The content of the Dealing with Anti-Social Behaviour course will include:
- Anti-social behaviour: definition and detailed analysis of the 1997, 2009 and 2014 Acts as well as new Proceedings for Possession of Local Authority Dwellings and Excluding Order procedures.
- Complaints systems and investigations.
- Tenancy Warnings, Notice of Intention Possession Applications relating to Anti-Social Behaviour.
- Proofs for Court.
- Case Studies.
The course will take place from 9:30am to 5:00pm on day one and will finish at lunchtime on day two. Day two will focus on case studies.
Course Dates and Venues are:
- 26-27 September 2019 at the Strand Hotel, Limerick City
- 28-29 November 2019 at the IPA, Dublin
Fee: The cost of this one and a half day course is €320 per person. Fee includes course materials, lunch and refreshments. Accommodation is not included.