Antisocial Behaviour

This page is to report any instances of antisocial behaviour.

Report antisocial behaviour online:

Alternatively, call the police on

  • 101

When reporting an instance, we need as much information as possible, such as:

  • where it is happening
  • what is happening
  • who is involved
  • how often it is happening
  • why you think it may be happening

We provide a 24-hour a day response to incidents of nuisance behaviour.

What is antisocial behaviour?

The following are classed as antisocial behaviour:

  • excessive residential noise (from music, parties and so on)
  • harassment
  • improper use of vehicles (for example, annoying use of motorcycles close to residential premises, riding bicycles on pavements, regular repair of vehicles, abandoned vehicles)
  • inappropriate use of fireworks
  • inappropriate use of space for leisure/play (examples are playing ball games close to property; littering; graffiti; fly-tipping; allowing dog fouling; damage/vandalism to public and private property)
  • inconsiderate or improper parking
  • rowdy behaviour
  • street drinking;
  • threatening/intimidating behaviour
  • use of foul and abusive language

Remember: Always call 999 in an emergency.

Neighbourhood Response Team

Our Neighbourhood Response Team works seven days a week from 8am to 6am, except bank holidays. The team is on hand to tackle many anti-social behaviour incidents, such as:

The team can help with:

  • gangs of youths
  • anti social behaviour
  • street drinking
  • noise complaints
  • fly tipping, abandoned cars and graffiti
  • street lighting

To get in touch with the team, contact us:

More information

Last updated: 09 December 2016 16:42:09