The aim of this module is to provide students with a research-grounded and critically aware understanding of the knowledge and skills which effective Anti-Social Behaviour Officers need to reflect in the critically evaluative implementation of their role and task.It will analyze and explore the role of the ASB Officer in the context of diverse neighbourhood and residential settings. It will explore the tools at the ASB Officer's disposal and the skills needed to implement both informal and formal strategies and interventions from a critically reflective viewpoint.The module will, essentially seek to critically and analytically examine the questions "What does the Anti-Social Behaviour officer do, and what tolls can assist this?"In the context of national and organizational aims and targets, the Module will seek to evaluative define and critically analyze the dilemmas within significant objectives for the Anti-Social Behaviour Officer's tasks .it will evaluatively explore, on the basis of research and theory, how positive outcomes for individuals, neighbourhoods and communities are reflectively delivered.The module will develop a critical and analytical awareness of research knowledge and theoretical models and paradigms which inform the ASB officer's role and tasks and the principles underpinning approaches to both. Specifically, it will aim to increase students' capacity to examine, critically evaluate and connect knowledge, policy awareness, and consciousness of values and purpose, to research-minded skills delivery. It will seek to enhance their professional competence, confidence, and capacity to critically evaluate their own and others' professional practice.