Community Safety and Antisocial Behaviour Strategy

Closed 27 Mar 2024

Opened 16 Jan 2024


Under the Antisocial Behaviour Act 2004, every local authority must prepare, publish and review a strategy for dealing with antisocial behaviour in their council area.

The Antisocial Behaviour Strategy is produced by Clackmannanshire Council and Police Scotland, in collaboration with NHS Forth Valley, Scottish Fire and Rescue Service and other partner organisations.

There are many positives to report on in Clackmannanshire with regard to our communities, but we recognise there is always room for improvement, which is why it is important that residents participate to share their views.

Why your views matter

Your views and experiences are an important part of our understanding of perceptions of antisocial behaviour in your neighbourhood and will help us to not only understand local issues but to make recommendations about steps that might be taken to resolve them.

Without your feedback, it would be more difficult for us to understand some of these trends and the impacts they may have on where you live, work or visit.

In Clackmannanshire, there has been an increased focus on early intervention and prevention, employing the Scottish Approach to Service Design, which supports us to reflect the views of individuals and communities in the decisions and services that impact them.

This way of working enables us to achieve the ambition of the Family Wellbeing Partnership Plan - to develop the conditions to enhance wellbeing and capabilities and create a community where everyone has the opportunity to flourish.

In adopting a preventative approach, we aim to build social capital and enhance wellbeing by embracing community led-solutions to better address community issues, thus empowering our residents by giving them voice and agency as part of design and decision making.

All of the information you provide will be handled in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and the Council's Privacy Notice.

This consultation should take approximately 15 minutes to complete.

What happens next

The results of this consultation will be collated alongside views of partner agencies, young people and feedback from our community councils in Clackmannanshire.

As part of our new Community Safety Strategy we would look to address the emergent issues by focusing on key strategic outcomes over the next three years.


  • All Areas


  • Anyone from any background


  • Children and young people
  • Gender issues
  • Health and well-being
  • LGBT issues
  • Older people
  • Voluntary and community sector
  • Fire & Rescue
  • Policing
  • Regeneration
  • Jobs and employment
  • Business development
  • Unemployment
  • Black and ethnic minorities (BME)
  • Disability
  • Religion and faith
  • Travellers
  • Mental health
  • Services and facilities
  • Homelessness
  • Housing strategy