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Anti-social Behaviour

How do I report…

damage to property and graffiti

You can report damage to property and graffiti:

Damage to property and graffiti is Criminal Damage.

rowdy drunken behaviour

You can report rowdy drunken behaviour:

View further information on Noise

inconsiderate use of vehicles

You can report inconsiderate use of vehicles:

View further information on Driving Offences and Fines

begging

You can report begging:

View further information on Begging

underage drinking

Report underage drinking or someone supplying alcohol to young people:

View further information on Underage Drinking

noise

Report noise issues, such as loud music, noisy pubs, rowdy parties or barking dogs to your local council.

Find the website for your local council on gov.uk.

If the noise issue is ongoing and is causing you distress then this may be managed as a case of anti-social behaviour. You can report ongoing anti-social behaviour fill in the Report a crime or incident form

View further information on Noise

To find out how You can report a rave which is under way or about to begin, visit Raves.

excessive littering, including drug related litter
vehicles abandoned on the road

Advice for reporting anti-social behaviour

When reporting repeated instances of anti-social behaviour, it is extremely useful to give date, time, location and description of what happened. To help you keep track of ASB incidents download the ASB Incident Diary document.

Request a case review of multiple anti-social behaviour reports

If you have reported a problem to the council, police or housing provider and you feel not enough action has been taken to respond to your report, the community trigger is a way for you to ask for a case review.

Find out more about the Anti-social Behaviour - Community Trigger.