acceptable behaviour contract

acceptable behaviour contract (ABC)

a voluntary written agreement to behave properly between someone who has been involved in antisocial behaviour and a local agency such as a housing association, council or police.
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Each of the young people were issued with an Acceptable Behaviour Contract (ABC) and were advised about their future behaviour.
Now his partner has had to sign an Acceptable Behaviour Contract and been forced implement some changes at home.
They were slapped with the penalty after failing to act on an acceptable behaviour contract that they and their children had signed, after the kids were identified as part of a group who had been terrorising Grimsby Town Centre.
SNT officers stress that the letters are needed to spell out concerns officers have about the child and go on to threaten further action, such as an Acceptable Behaviour Contract (ABC) or a Criminal Behaviour Order.
"He has been served with an acceptable behaviour contract by police and if there's further similar behaviour there will be an application for an Asbo."
Sgt Morris said: "We have already identified and begun working with a number of local youths, which has led to one of the youngsters being given an acceptable behaviour contract.
Prosecutor Linda Fowler said he would regularly shout abuse, despite signing an acceptable behaviour contract aimed to prevent such actions in January this year.
Rebecca was put on an Acceptable Behaviour Contract and the Challenge & Support team found a vocational training place for Rebecca to study three days per week, and encouraged Rebecca to attend and actively take part in sessions on alcohol misuse, to help her understand the damaging impact that drinking was having on her life and those around her.
Chadwick was served with an Anti Social Behaviour warning in September 2008, and agreed to an Acceptable Behaviour Contract in 2005, but she did not moderate her behaviour.
In January the Pooles signed an Acceptable Behaviour Contract, which runs for six months, because of persistent trouble-making.
The following month Turner signed an Acceptable Behaviour Contract (ABC), where she agreed to a number of things, including not to misuse the 999 system by reporting fictitious incidents.
A KNH spokeswoman said: "KASBU were aware of issues within this community as they were already supporting a number of residents and as a result KASBU met with Mr Burton at his home, where he agreed and signed an acceptable behaviour contract.