Anti Social Behaviour and Nuisance news
A reminder to be responsible with your dogs when walking in public places
It is an offence to not be safely in control of your dogs, leave them unattended or not pick up after them.
Fly-tipping offender ordered to pay a total of more than £3550 on two separate offences
Kettering Borough Council continues to act on fly-tipping.
Witnesses urged to come forward in search for dog that attacked a Pomeranian in Burton Latimer
Dog wardens are searching for any information from the public after a Pomeranian breed dog was attacked by another dog, in Burton Latimer, breaking its leg in two places.
Noisy Neighbour Silenced
A Kettering resident has had equipment confiscated after breaching a Community Protection Notice and continuing to cause significant nuisance to his neighbours with loud music.
Give your views on Kettering’s Public Spaces Protection Order
Kettering Borough Council is currently reviewing the Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO), which currently applies to Kettering Town Centre, and would like your views.
Noisy neighbour given suspended prison sentence
A noisy neighbour from Kettering has been one of the first offenders in the country to be handed a suspended prison sentence for noise nuisance.
Innovative partnership tackles anti-social behaviour
Northamptonshire Police and Kettering Borough Council launched a pilot partnership in the summer of 2016 with the aim of improving the way anti-social behaviour is addressed.