You do not have to put up with anti-social behaviour. We, along with our partner agencies, have a range of powers available to us for dealing with anti-social behaviour.
It is important that you report instances of anti-social behaviour.
Examples of anti-social behaviour and who to report it to:
- Vandalism is a crime. (Complete the online crime reporting form or email 101). If it is taking place and immediate action is required call 999.
- Graffiti is a crime (Complete the online crime reporting form or email 101). If it is taking place and immediate action is required call 999.
- Speeding (Report to Local policing team)
- Littering/fly tipping (Report to your local council)
- Dog fouling (Report to your local council, dog warden)
- Nuisance neighbours (Report to your local council, environmental protection or to your housing association)
- Intimidating groups taking over public spaces (Report to Local policing team)
- Inconsiderate parking (Report to Council Parking Enforcement)
Report anti-social behaviour to your local council
As well as the police, you can also report anti-social behaviour to your local council. Your local council will have a named person or a dedicated phone number where you can report anti-social behaviour.
A google map of housing association listed in Devon & Cornwall (If this link is broken google search for: 'List housing associations in Devon and Cornwall'.)
Social Housing Tenants in Cornwall
If you are experiencing anti-social behaviour and you are a tenant of a social housing provider, or the person committing anti-social behaviour is a tenant of a social housing provider, you should in the first instance report any incidents of anti-social behaviour to the relevant housing provider. A list can be found on the Safer Cornwall website.
Please note: Want to link to this page use the short cut: www.dc.police.uk/reportasb