Tuesday, 6 October 2020

Review: Anti-Social: The secret diary of an anti-social behaviour officer

Anti-Social: The secret diary of an anti-social behaviour officer Anti-Social: The secret diary of an anti-social behaviour officer by Nick Pettigrew
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This was an apt book for me. Having gone through and still going through anti social behaviour/hate crime from our neighbors due to our disabilities I could relate so much.

This is about a Council Worker trying his best to reach “solutions” to problems.

No one has to tell me that a Police aren’t interested only in facts because without “proof” they cannot act.
The proof they need is when someone’s injured or worse, dead!

The cut backs aren’t helping these perpetrators BULLIES get their come uppance, oh no, they are helping them get away with it. The nicey nicey approach isn’t working.

For all that said, this poor anti social officer had his work cut out.

There are plenty of amusing things within this book that will lighten anyone’s mood about it all no matter how serous it is.

I’m glad I read it.

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