What you can do if you are affected by anti-social behaviour
You can report anti-social behaviour if you need help from us or the police.
But you should first make sure that you are speaking to the right people.
Anti-social behaviour is defined as:
behaviour that is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more people not in the same household
Anti-social behaviour can affect one person or groups of people. It can also include:
- fear of crime
- concern for public safety
- public disorder
- public nuisance
If you think your problem falls under anti-social behaviour, we can help you make a report.
Report a crime or environmental anti-social behaviour
If you want to report a crime, read our guide on how to report a crime to the police.
For environmental anti-social behaviour, you should get in touch with our environmental health team.
Environmental anti-social behaviour can include problems with:
- artificial light
- fumes or gases
Deter trick or treat visitors
Download and print a 'no trick or treat' poster [PDF 93.1 KB] to display in your home at Halloween.
Contact the Anti-Social Behaviour Team
If you have a question about what you can do if you are affected by anti-social behaviour that is not answered on this page, fill out our Anti-Social Behaviour Reporting Form.