Callister believes number taking part is small but a nuisance
An Onchan MHK believes peer pressure within a group of youngsters is one of the drivers behind the recent spate of antisocial behaviour.
Rob Callister says other factors include drink, drugs, poor education and family issues.
He believes the number taking part in such activities is small, but the nuisance they can cause is high.
Mr Callister has been told about members of a group being challenged to carry out tasks, with serious consequences if they fail or refuse to do so: