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Anti-Social Behaviour

How to report anti-social behaviour and where to get support

What is Anti-social Behaviour?

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is unacceptable. It includes behaviour that causes harm to:

  • the environment, like graffiti or fly-tipping
  • the community, like noise pollution, drunken behaviour or drug taking
  • an individual, like threatening language or aggressive behaviour

Support for those affected by anti-social behaviour

In the first instance you could contact Resolve West. They have trained specialists who can help people involved in or affected by anti-social behaviour, including:

Their services are confidential and impartial. There is no cost for council tenants.

Reporting Anti-Social Behaviour 

Street issues - report street issues, like graffiti, fly-posting, rubbish or dog mess go to report a street issue.

Pollution and noise - report pollution issues, like loud noise, light or smells go to pests, pollution, noise and food.

Other anti-social behaviour 

Contact the police to report other anti-social behaviour, including:

  • vandalism
  • aggressive language or threatening behaviour
  • physical attacks
  • drunken behaviour
  • drug taking or dealing

You can:

Anti-social behaviour involving a council tenant

If you’re a council tenant or the person responsible for the ASB is a council tenant, you can also report it to the Estate Management Service.

Anti-social behaviour involving a housing association tenant

If you are a housing association tenant or experiencing ASB from a housing association tenant, please contact your housing association.

Community Trigger

What to do if the problem isn’t resolved.

You can start a community trigger if you’ve reported anti-social behaviour but don’t feel enough action has been taken.