ASBI

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AcronymDefinition
ASBIAmerican Segmental Bridge Institute
ASBIAnti-Social Behaviour Injunction (legal)
ASBIAlcohol Screening and Brief Intervention (targeted prevention)
ASBIAssociação Sul-Brasileira de Intercâmbio (Portuguese: South Brazilian Exchange Association)
ASBIAverage Symptom Burden Index
ASBIAnholt State Brands Index (state ranking)
ASBIAnti-Social Behaviour Initiative (UK)
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YOUNG footballers in Newcastle will get the chance to play under floodlights next week as part of an anti-social behaviour initiative.
The anti-social behaviour initiative called ZOom has been set up by the six North Wales counties .
The rise is as a result of an anti-social behaviour initiative where we use a passive drugs dog to detect offenders.
VOLUNTEERS are being sought in Middlesbrough to take part in a major crime and anti-social behaviour initiative.
The pupils from Highfields, calling themselves the Voice group, entered an anti-social behaviour initiative run in association with the Prudential 4 Youth programme.
Their summer-long campaign will run alongside the long-term anti-social behaviour initiative Operation Gryphon, which tackles disorder and underage drinking.
A West Midlands Police spokesman said: "The operation was part of the crime and anti-social behaviour initiative between the police and Coventry City Council, which is sponsoring two local beat officers.
Organised by the National Housing Federation, the awards recognise neighbourhood projects -from anti-social behaviour initiatives to support for older people - run by housing associations.
Activities include police patrols, environmental cleanups and anti-social behaviour initiatives.
We have seen countless anti-social behaviour initiatives announced before, only to fail to make it beyond the headline.
Two years ago Prime Minister Tony Blair visited a community centre there to examine new anti-social behaviour initiatives launched by the local authority and police.
A total of pounds 20,000 has been allocated to the council's anti-social behaviour initiatives fund to identify and tackle anti-social "hot spots".