A behaviour warning is a means of putting you on notice that your behaviour is causing others in the community distress or fear and is interfering with their enjoyment of their property and that you should cease or stop such behaviour.
It includes details of the possible consequences of your failure to comply with the warning.
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If you are affected by anti-social behaviour you should contact your local Garda station.
A behaviour warning cannot be issued more than one month after the behaviour took place, or in the case of persistent behaviour, more than one month after the most recent occurrence of the behaviour.