Reporting Anti social behaviour
(We recognise that anti-social behaviour (ASB) can have a serious effect on quality of life, we treat all reports very seriously.
ASB covers a very wide range of behaviour, this is dealt with by a number of Council departments. The table below outlines which department is responsible for the different types of behaviour.
We understand that reporting incidents can make witnesses feel nervous about the next steps, however the Council has a very successful track record in resolving cases.
Therefore, if you are experiencing problems we would encourage you to contact us to discuss how we can help you and what the next steps could be.
|Community Protection Team||Housing||Legal Democratic and Regulatory Services|
|Drug dealing/Use||Amplified music||Traveller incursions/encampments|
Violence and threats of
|Ball games||Amplified music|
|Disorder affecting several households||Noisy pets||Fly tipping/Litter|
|Serious criminal activity eg Multi agency protection arrangements||Car repairs||Abandoned vehicles|
|Anti social rough sleepers and street drinkers||Neighbour disputes||Grafitti|
|Responding to police and other intelligence||Dangerous/nuisance dogs and dog fouling|
|Anti social vehicle use|
|Housing cases where intensive action is needed or measures taken so far have failed|
To contact the Community Protection Team please call 01727 819566 or
Or a report can be made using the form below.
Reporting Anti-Social Behaviour eform
To contact Housing please call 01727 819414
To contact Legal, Democratic and Regulatory Services please call 01727 819406
New Anti social behaviour policy and procedure
The document below outlines how we will deal with anti social behaviour and the tools and powers available to officers.