Telling us about the problem quickly means we can help to stop things from getting worse. Once we’ve talked through your situation, we’ll agree on the next steps together.
It’s important to keep track of what’s happening, when it’s happening and who’s causing the problems. When it comes to anti-social behaviour evidence is always key, so try to keep a diary of the anti-social behaviour if you can.
Stopping anti-social behaviour can sometimes be tricky, but we’ll always be open and honest with you about what we can do to help you.
Remember if there’s an immediate risk to your own or someone else’s safety call 999.
What happens after I report it?
We take all reports of anti-social behaviour seriously.
We’ll keep you up to date with the progress of your case and what action can we take. In some cases, we might need to get other organisations involved such as environmental services or the police.
There’s lots of different ways we can tackle anti-social behaviour. These include making full use of the legal powers available to us and working with partner agencies to provide support to victims.