Report anti social behaviour

You can remain confidential when you report anti social behaviour to us. If you do give us your contact details then we can keep you up to date on your report - we won't be able to share any confidential information with you.

Before you report anti social behaviour to us

  • All criminal activity must be reported to the police. We often work with other agencies to deal with anti social behaviour
  • Gather as much evidence as you can to support your report, this makes it easier for us to investigate and resolve. Read our guidance on what you can do to help
  • Read our information on what is and isn't anti social behaviour

What to do in an emergency

Is it an emergency? Call 999 immediately if a crime is in progress, someone suspected of a crime is nearby, when there’s danger to life, or when violence is being used or threatened.

Is it a non emergency? Call 101 or use the Kent Police website to report non-urgent or suspected crimes such as: 

  • property damage
  • suspected drug use or dealing
  • you have information on a crime
  • you have a general enquiry about crimes in your community

It's useful to visit the Ask The Police website to search for common questions about crime. The police have answered the questions for you with tips and advice on how you can report it.

If you have nowhere safe to stay, are experiencing domestic abuse, or have a priority need you can contact your council about emergency housing.

What happens when I report anti social behaviour

When we receive your report one of our Customer Team will manage your case. They may ask you to keep a diary to evidence any ongoing incidents.

  • For non-harassment anti social behaviour we’ll contact you within two working days to discuss the complaint and contact the suspected offender within five days
  • Where there’s an allegation of harassment or violence we’ll contact you within one working day

Report anti social behaviour

Use our online form to report anti social behaviour. 

More information is available on our website on how we deal with anti social behaviour and in our Anti-Social Behaviour, Harassment and Hate Crime Policy.