social behavior

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social behavior

[′sō·shəl bi′hā·vyər]
(zoology)
Any behavior on the part of an organism stimulated by, or acting upon, another member of the same species.
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It was agreed by Northumbria Police and Homes for Northumberland that the fence was of no benefit to the street and simply acted as a place where young people could hide and cause anti social behaviour for tenants.
Once again, these actions confirm that the partnership approach tackling anti social behaviour is working and making a difference to the lives of residents in Birmingham.
If you want to speak to an enforcement officer from the Liverpool Anti Social Behaviour Unit contact their hotline on 0151-233 3018
Coventry will be now able to bid for cash for projects to tackle anti- social behaviour.
Between April and September 2004, anti social behaviour incidents fell by seven per cent in Cardiff on the same period last year.
He is the 13th specialist anti- social behaviour prosecutor created in the UK as part of the Crown Prosecution Service's scheme to combat the problem.
At the conference at the NEC in Birmingham, Ms Casey said: "The Anti- Social Behaviour Act is a wake-up call for all housing organisations.
Officers are being encouraged to make "extensive" use of Anti Social Behaviour Orders (ASBOs), Acceptable Behaviour Contracts (ABCs) and Fixed Penalty Notices - increasing the issue of all three by 10 per cent over the next year.
A number of anti-on social behaviour forms were handed to youths during March for their behaviour on the industrial estate and separate incidents in North Skelton.