Report anti-social behaviour
Anti-social behaviour is any behaviour causing harassment, alarm or distress to a member of the public and includes:
- noisy or inconsiderate neighbours
- aggressive behaviour, verbal abuse, aggressive dogs, hoax calls
- vandalism, graffiti and fly-posting
- street drinking or drug misuse
- environmental damage including littering, dumping rubbish or abandoning cars
- prostitution related activity
- begging and vagrancy
- fireworks misuse
- inconsiderate or inappropriate use of vehicles.
If you're a housing association tenant please contact them about an anti-social behaviour problem where you live.
If you don't feel your report has been dealt with
If you're unhappy with the way your report of anti-social behaviour has been dealt with you can ask us to look in to it under the community trigger. You need to have made three complaints about three separate anti-social behaviour incidents in six months to trigger a review.
Case review guidance and procedures [PDF, 142KB]
Apply for a case review [Word, 118KB]
Case review applications - October 2014 to October 2015
- Number of applications made for community triggers: 10
- Number of times the threshold for the review was not met: Nine
- Number of case reviews carried out: One
- Number of case reviews that resulted in recommendations being made: One