Antisocial behaviour means acting in a way that causes, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress to one or more people in another household.
Antisocial behaviour can include:
The sooner you involve us, the easier it will be to resolve the problem.
Last year (April 2016-March 2017) we opened 211 antisocial behaviour cases. 95% of cases were successfully resolved.
To talk to someone about antisocial behaviour and what you are currently experiencing please speak to your local neighbourhood manager. If you need to speak to someone outside of our office hours call 01225 715 999.
If there has been a serious incident you should contact the police as well as contacting us.
You can also complete our form below. We understand that you may wish to report antisocial behaviour anonymously, however we will need at least a valid email address so that we can take appropriate action.
We are serious about protecting your privacy and promise to store and look after your personal information carefully and in line with UK law and our data protection policy.
If there has been a serious incident contact us as soon as you can. Please ensure that you also contact the Police.
Most of the below wouldn't classify as antisocial behaviour unless repeatedly happening after 11pm and before 7am:
We take all complaints seriously and your neighbourhood manager will begin a thorough investigation. Your neighbourhood manager will contact you within two working days and will work with you and other organisations to tackle the issue.
If the incident is of a serious, threatening nature that could lead to violence or the use of a weapon, or is a hate crime, we will arrange to see you within 24 hours. Remember to also contact the Police as well.
Your neighbourhood manager will carry out interviews and gather evidence from you, your neighbours, any witnesses, as well as other
relevant agencies, such as the police and environmental health.
We may ask you as part of this process to complete diary sheets to aid the investigation.
We will agree on an action plan with you about what we intend to do and
anything that we need you to do. We have developed a range of responses that are both effective and fair.
If you feel that our response to your complaint about antisocial behaviour has been inadequate, you can seek an independent review of your case by requesting a 'community trigger review'.
To start this process, select your Council from the list below. You will find further information about the process and how to apply on their pages.