What you can do to help

Before you report anti social behaviour to us you may be able to resolve the issue yourself.

If you can’t we’ll ask you to help us investigate it by gathering evidence to report it, if you need help with this then we can help.

Have a chat with them

This can can be a really good way to put a stop to, or reduce the behaviour quickly. Sometimes people aren’t aware that their behaviour may have been disruptive to you or your community. If it is safe to do so and you feel comfortable it can be good to have a friendly chat with them to make them aware of what's been happening.

Gather evidence

It can help us to resolve it quicker if we have as much information from you as possible. To help us you can make a note of the date, time and location of:

  • When you have spoken to them
  • All incidents that have happened
  • Any photo, CCTV or video evidence

If other people in your community are affected please ask them to do the same. When you contact us to report anti social behaviour we may ask you to continue gathering evidence to support our investigation.

Report it

If you need to report anti social behaviour we can advise and guide you through reporting the behaviour, working together with you and our partners to stop or reduce it.

You can stay anonymous if you prefer, if you do leave your contact details we can update you on the outcome of your report.