Anti-social behaviour (ASB)
Are you in immediate danger?
If the antisocial behaviour puts you, your family or your property in immediate danger, you should contact the police on 999.
If you have witnessed a crime that is not an emergency, please contact the police on 101.
What we need from you
To deal with your complaint as effectively as possible we will need the following details from you:
- the nature of the complaint
- how long it has been happening
- what times and days it occurs
- has it been reported to the police or other agency
- any background information that may explain why the person/people you are complaining about may be behaving the way they are - e.g. boundary disputes
We may ask you to complete diary sheets to gather evidence, and to help us understand the extent of the problems. If there is no engagement the complaint won’t be able to be looked in to fully.