Abusive Behaviour

Abusive Behaviour

A general term for various behaviours which may be aggressive, coercive or controlling, destructive, harassing, intimidating, isolating, or threatening, that a batterer or abuser may use to control a domestic partner, child or other victim.
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The trio were all due at Coventry Magistrates Court yesterday for the opening day of a scheduled four-day trial Dawson, 24, of Tachbrook Street, Leamington, has denied charges of obstructing or resisting a constable in execution of duty and using threatening, insulting words or abusive behaviour to provoke unlawful violence.
POLICE were yesterday examining mobile phone footage following reports of racist and abusive behaviour by Chelsea fans on a train on Sunday night.
We hope introducing body worn cameras as standard equipment for the council's Parking Enforcement Officers can reduce and prevent harassment, threats abusive behaviour and physical threats towards them whilst carrying out their duties in the field of parking enforcement.
Her alleged uncontrollable anger and abusive behaviour is revealed in the book.
Our new project will enable us to work with male perpetrators by providing them with an opportunity to change their abusive behaviour which will lead to a break in the cyclical nature of domestic violence and abuse.
A PUBWATCH scheme has banned three men from entering licensed premises after a series of abusive behaviour incidents.
Falkirk MP Eric Joyce has been fined PS1,500 after admitting using threatening or abusive behaviour at an airport last year.
He admitted abusive behaviour, forcing the authorities to use public resourse for his safety, and threatening his wife.
AT LEAST 170 people were prosecuted for, or warned about, abusive behaviour towards NHS staff working for the Cwm Taf Health Board during the first half of this year.
Twitter, the social networking site, is introducing "report abuse" button to combat abusive behaviour following incidents of threatening messages sent to users in the United Kingdom.
A spokesman said: "We have spoken to our customer several times to make her aware that we cannot tolerate abusive behaviour.
A MAN has appeared in court following his abusive behaviour towards police as they tried to arrest him.