Public Access services for planning, building control and licensing applications will be unavailable 27 and 28 April due to essential maintenance.

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is any activity which causes harm, harassment or distress to an individual or a community.

We have recently redesigned the way that anti-social behaviour reports are dealt with to make sure you get a quick response.

Call 999 if a crime is happening now or you are in immediate danger.

How to report anti-social behaviour

You can report issues to us such as litter, noise and graffiti by using our report it page.

For most cases of anti-social behaviour, the police will lead on individual incidents.

You can report directly to them by calling 101, 999 or by making an online report.

What to do if the problem is not resolved

We coordinate and lead on community triggers which provide members of the public an opportunity to request a review of how an anti-social behaviour situation has been handled by the agencies involved.

For more information find our community trigger page.

Beta This is our beta website