Antisocial behaviour

How to report antisocial behaviour and information about the Community Trigger

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Antisocial behaviour

Antisocial behaviour is behaviour that causes harassment, alarm or distress to a person of a different household than the perpetrator.

Antisocial behaviour includes:

  • harassment or intimidation, including verbal and written abuse
  • damage and vandalism to your property
  • noise nuisances, such as loud music playing late at night
  • smoke nuisances, such as bonfires
  • nuisance behaviour by others, such as drinking or substance misuse
  • hate-related incidents directed at another person’s race, sexual orientation, disability, religion or gender identity
  • out-of-control animals and dog fowling
  • vehicle-related nuisances, such as street cruising and abandoned vehicles

Please report antisocial behaviour to us so that we can investigate. You can also use the button below to follow up on a previously reported incident. If you are a housing association tenant, you should speak to your landlord about antisocial behaviour in the first instance.

Report antisocial behaviour

If you are experiencing persistent antisocial behaviour, we advise keeping a diary (docx, 97 KB) of events recording what happened and how it made you feel.

You can also report antisocial behaviour to: