In this final episode, entitled Anti-Social Behaviour, Nick Ross shows how it's often not the big things like guns, knives, and gangs that bother people most; surprisingly, it is things like speeding, litter, and nuisance neighbours. But The Truth About Crime doesn't just rely on the official crime figures; it also reveals areas of anti-social behaviour that go unreported - shedding fresh light on the attitude of 14 and 15-year-olds to graffiti, arson and drug use. Nick meets victims of anti-social behaviour - from a family whose house has had eggs thrown at it and whose son has been badly beaten up, to a mother whose car tyres have been slashed after her son got in trouble with local drug dealers. He follows their stories over several months to see how they are treated by the police, prosecutors and the courts.