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Following a similar approach as the Psychiatric Genetics Consortium, we initiated the Broad Antisocial Behaviour Consortium (BroadABC). The BroadABC represents a combined research initiative to conduct genetic analyses at a larger scale on antisocial behaviour and that aims to increase the probability of detecting genetic variants associated with antisocial behaviour. BroadABC focuses on the broad spectrum of antisocial behaviour and has access to genotypic and phenotypic data from 25,891 individuals across eight unique samples, making it the largest collective sample currently available to estimate GWAS for antisocial behaviour.