What is Anti Social Behaviour
Anti-Social Behaviour is a behaviour that can cause you harassment, harm and stress, effecting not just you, but also the community and the environment. It can also have an effect on business and reputation of the area.
Antisocial behaviour can include:
- Vandalism - Report vandalism in your area, including harm to buildings and aggressive actions to structures
- Graffiti - If you have graffiti or tagging in your neighbourhood area, let the council know so we can clean it up.
- Crime and drugs
- Alcohol nuisance and street drinking - If you have a problem with street drinking, whether recurring or one instance, report it to the council so we can investigate.
- Noise Nuisance - Report domestic noise, such as dogs barking or loud music at unsocial hours online.
- Litter and fly tipping - Report over filling bins and on public footways so we can keep the place clean
- Dog fouling and stray dogs - Report fouling in parks, public pathways and stray dogs. (For cruelty, abandoned animals call RSPCA)
If you are a witness or a victim of a crime that is being committed then you should call 999 immediately
You can also contact
- Online Reporting via The Nottinghamshire Police - Report antisocial behaviour Page
- Crime stoppers by calling 0800 555 111
- If its not an emergency please call 101
Report anti-social behaviourReport someone for fly tipping or litter Report someone for Dog Fouling Report someone for graffiti/tagging Report someone for vandalism Report Street Drinking Report a noise (Barking, music) Commercial or Domestic. Report Illegal Encampments Report other Environmental Issues Report Disruptive Groups Gathering (parks, streets, buildings) Report Vehicle Related Report Anti Social Behaviour Form
Reoccurring Antisocial Behaviour
If reoccurring antisocial behaviour is affecting you and a complaint has been made three times or more within a six-month period, and you are unhappy with the case you will qualify to raise your issues as a Community Trigger.
More information can be found on our Community Trigger Page