Anti-social behaviour (ASB)

What is anti-social behaviour?

Incidents of anti-social behaviour can range from something that is a mild annoyance to something that causes real fear and insecurity. It could be a one-off event or something that happens over and over again. Anti-social behaviour can have a devastating effect on peoples' lives.


ASB who's responsible

Police ResponsibilityCouncil Responsibility
To report please use the online Crime reporting form
or email 101
To report select a link above or visit the 'can they help' page on this site
Begging Abandoned Vehicles
Dealing/taking of drugs & drinking
alcohol in the street
Dead Animals
Gangs and youths drinking in parks Dog Fouling
Harassment or intimidation Fly Posting
Hoax call to emergency services Littering
Fly Tipping
Waste on Land
Misuse of Fireworks Lost or stray dogs
Prostitution and indecent behaviour Noise Nuisance / Noise from DIY
Vandalism or graffiti Syringes or needles

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