Anti social behaviour (ASB) can be distressing for families and communities.
If you believe you are suffering from anti social behaviour, please report it here.
What is anti social behaviour?
Some examples of anti social behaviour include playing loud music, DIY, dogs fouling, inconsiderate parking, criminal damage, playing ball games and repairing cars.
If someone in your neighbourhood is causing a problem, try to speak to them about it.
Explain to them what they are doing and why it causes you a nuisance. Do not lose your temper - stay calm and talk to them politely.
Hate crime and domestic abuse
Hate crime is a deliberate interference with the peace, comfort or safety of a person on grounds of race, colour, ethnic or national origin, religion, gender, marital status, age, sexual orientation or disability. This is a criminal offence, so please report it to the police.
No act of domestic abuse should be accepted or tolerated. If you are a victim of domestic abuse, please contact us and the police.
For more information about domestic violence, please view Counselling Directory's website.
Reporting ASB to us
You can report ASB online 24 hours a day, seven days a week, by submitting our reporting form.
You can also keep a diary of cases of anti social behaviour by completing the form whenever there is an ASB incident.
After receiving a report of anti social behaviour, we will deal with the complaint in a timely manner, offering support to the victim and perpetrator.