Starting from the awarenesses explored in Module 2 concerning the purpose, role, skills and objectives of the Anti-Social Behaviour role, this module will critically and analytically expand the picture to that of delivery in partnership with other agencies in diverse community settings. In the context of both prevention and intervention strategies, this module will , from the basis of relevant critiques and wit critical reference to both qualitiative and quantitative research, address the question, 'How does the Anti-Social Behaviour officer work with others in order to enhance positive outcomes for nieghbourhoods, communities and individuals?'The module will evaluatively consider the structures and processes which shape both the national Crime Control Agenda and local Crime Reduction and Strategic partnerships, from the perspective of differing agencies. The Module will develop informed critiques and critical understandings of 'joined up' crime reduction and prevention arrangements as reflected in the key legislation informing partnership arrangements and related official Guidance.Crucially, the module will analyse and evaluate the research, knowledge and skills through which the ASB Officer works in partnership to prevent and address anti-social behaviour form a research-informed standpoint..The partnership approach reflects the critically aware delivery and rigorous evaluation of effective preventative strategies and interventions in response to situations affecting nieghbourhoods, communities and individuals, particularly those from vulnerable groups. To this end, the Module will critically examine priority areas as reflected in local Community Safety and Crime Reduction Strategy Documents, and will analyse and reflectively address clusters of situational factors linked to these priorities. It will then explore and critically evaluate practical responses to simulated and actual situations and events with reference to key partnership objectives as defined within strategy documents.The module will end with an evidence-based focus on the ASB Officer as a research-aware, developing and reflective professional, and will explore the implications of this for future practice.