antisocial personality disorder

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Synonyms for antisocial personality disorder

a personality disorder characterized by amorality and lack of affect

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A spokesman for Whitefriars said: "We treat all cases of anti-social behaviour seriously.
Following an increase in the seriousness of anti-social behaviour in Treorchy recently, South Wales Police increased local patrols using specialist departments such as the dog section.
Police were informed over the weekend that two individuals involved in causing anti-social behaviour have moved away from the Loftus area and anti-social behaviour has significantly reduced.
I want to reassure those members of the community who are concerned that we are taking steps to address their concerns and also remind those who may be involved in anti-social behaviour that it won't be tolerated.
During November there was an eight percent reduction compared to the same month in 2013, with a 24% reduction in youth-related anti-social behaviour.
The special constables have also made 21 arrests and stopped over 150 people in the Knowsley area since April in relation to anti-social behaviour offences.
David Ford said: Tackling anti-social behaviour is a priority for the Executive to be addressed through my Department s Community Safety Strategy.
Calls reporting anti-social behaviour typically increase around Halloween and Bonfire Night.
Three types of anti-social behaviour were experienced or witnessed by less than 1% of respondents - begging, dangerous dogs and people having sex in public.
It's all about helping to improve the quality of life for our tenants and if we can stop anti-social behaviour on an estate then everyone benefits.
Karen, who has already started her new role, said: "Every year in Walsall several people log complaints of anti-social behaviour but often that's as far as they are prepared to take it because they are worried about the possible repercussions.
MP Andrew Mitchell (Con Sutton Coldfield) said: "If Charles Clarke and the Labour Government think they are winning the war against anti-social behaviour, they are living in cloud cuckoo land.
ANTI-SOCIAL behaviour is any activity which is likely to cause alarm or distress to someone else That can be anything from noisy neighbours and dog fouling, to far more serious issues.
The Mental Health and Well-Being of Ontario Students Report, which was conducted in the spring 2003 as part of the Ontario Student Drug Use Survey, found that one in ten youth in grades 7 to 12 experienced multiple--three or more--mental health issues, including symptoms of depression and anxiety, problem drinking, other drug use and anti-social behaviours, such as vandalism and violence.
In this context, it is increasingly held that some of the more disadvantaged neighbourhoods are also blighted by anti-social behaviour which, the First Minister has asserted, "cannot be tolerated any longer'.