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Boundary disputes, mental health issues, dogs and children are also some reasons police are called, and more often than not are civil disputes rather than criminal.

[toc] At Carleton University disruptive behaviour is an instructional offence.

As defined by the University Calendar, “any student commits an instructional offence who disrupts a class or other period of instruction if he or she: (a) is a registered member of the class or period of instruction; (b) is warned to discontinue any act or behaviour reasonably judged by the instructor of the course or period of instruction to be detrimental to the class, and having ignored such warning is ordered by the instructor to leave and refuses to leave.” Disruptive behaviour can also occur outside the classroom or period of instruction.

If you have a neighbour like this you can relate to what I am saying.

I have noticed an increase in neighbour complaints to police about anti-social behaviour such as excessive noise, drunkenness and vandalism.

Failure to comply with a behaviour order is a criminal matter.

So, for example, if a neighbour is continuously playing loud music which was causing you annoyance and interfered with your peace and quiet this may amount to anti-social behaviour.

Think about it for a moment, how hard do you work at avoiding that person?

Now ask yourself this simple question: There is always some core reason for such strong feelings.

Is there someone that makes you feel intimidated or insecure? It really doesn’t matter who that person is, if at all possible, we will naturally look for ways to limit our exposure intimidation and insecurity.

Does someone you know bring out these feelings in you?

Similarly, if large numbers of people are continuously gathering outside or near your property, or indeed your local supermarket, and their behaviour is causing you alarm, distress, fear or intimidation then this behaviour may amount to anti-social behaviour.

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