Anti-social behaviour

The term anti-social behaviour covers a wide range of unacceptable activity that affects the lives of many people on a daily basis. It often leaves victims feeling helpless, desperate and with a seriously reduced quality of life.

Residents and businesses play an important role in tackling anti-social behaviour by identifying the areas that are causing them concern. We take reports of anti-social behaviour very seriously and work with a number of agencies to make sure that action is taken.

Make a report

Please provide all of the required information to help us to tackle this quickly and effectively for you. If you need help completing the form, please contact us.

Report anti-social behaviour

We will contact you within two working days and provide you with an update on the actions taken within 25 working days.

Community trigger

The community trigger is a process you can use to ask us or other agencies to review the response to anti-social behaviour incidents that you have reported.

If you've reported 3 incidents of anti-social behaviour in the last 6 months, to either the Council, the police or your housing agency, and you feel that no action has been taken, you can start a community trigger. 

Report a community trigger

Further information

Tackling anti-social behaviour - GOV.UK

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