Report anti-social behaviour
We want you to be able to live without worrying about crime, nuisance or other anti-social behaviour. We know it can affect your quality of life and wellbeing, so tackling anti-social behaviour as quickly as possible is important.
If you witness a crime or you, or someone you know, is in immediate danger call 999 to report the issue to the police.
If someone is causing antisocial behaviour that affects you, it is always best to try and discuss things with them in a calm and polite manner before contacting us, your local council or the police. After all, they may not realise they are causing a problem. If the situation doesn’t get any better or the problem isn’t resolved, contact your Housing Officer.
We work closely with the police and council Environmental Health Officers to ensure that problems are resolved the best way possible. If you see somebody committing a crime, and there is no immediate risk of harm to anybody, call the police on 101 to report. Contact your Housing Officer to tell them that you have reported a crime in the area.
Contact your Housing Officer to discuss any concerns of anti-social behaviour in your area.
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Examples of anti-social behaviour:
Criminal damage or vandalism
Noise nuisances during unsociable hours
Drug use/drug dealing
Human trafficking/modern slavery
Prostitution, sexual acts or kerb crawling
Fly tipping/excessive littering
Suspicion of child protection issues
If you witness a crime or you, or someone you know, is in immediate danger call 999 to report the issue to the police. Call 101 to speak to the police about any non-emergency issues.
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