Make a Difference as an Antisocial Behaviour Officer in Hampshire!

Are you committed to creating safe and harmonious communities? Are you skilled at addressing challenging situations with finesse and professionalism? We have an exciting opportunity for an Antisocial Behaviour Officer to play a pivotal role in maintaining peaceful living environments in Hampshire!

Position: Antisocial Behaviour Officer

Contract: 3 months

Location: Hampshire

Hours: 37 hours per week

£17 – £24 per hour depending on experience

Our client are dedicated to ensuring that our residents thrive in secure and welcoming neighbourhoods. As an Antisocial Behaviour Officer, you’ll be a crucial part of our mission to uphold community values and provide essential support to our residents.

Your Role:

As an Antisocial Behaviour Officer, you will be the key point of contact for addressing and resolving instances of antisocial behaviour. Your main responsibilities will include:

Case Management: Investigating and managing reports of antisocial behaviour, collaborating with affected parties and relevant authorities to find effective solutions.

Mediation: Employing mediation techniques to defuse conflicts and disputes between residents, striving to achieve peaceful resolutions.

Supportive Approach: Providing guidance and support to residents who have concerns about antisocial behaviour, ensuring they feel heard and understood.

Collaboration: Working closely with local law enforcement, community organizations, and other relevant stakeholders to tackle complex situations.

Preventive Measures: Developing and implementing strategies to prevent antisocial behaviour through community engagement, awareness campaigns, and education.

Documentation: Keeping accurate and detailed records of cases, actions taken, and outcomes.


Previous experience in dealing with antisocial behaviour, conflict resolution, or a related field is desirable.

Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.

Empathy, patience, and the ability to remain composed in high-pressure situations.

Proficiency in using relevant software and tools for case management.

A deep commitment to creating safe and inclusive living environments.

How to Apply:

If you’re motivated to tackle antisocial behaviour head-on and are ready to contribute to community well-being, we want to hear from you! Please contact specialist Social Housing recruiter Mark Grove on 0117 923 9100 or apply via this site with an up to date CV!

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