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Antisocial behaviour

Antisocial behaviour

How to report antisocial behaviour

What happens next?

When we receive your complaint a Neighbourhood Officer will book an appointment with you to discuss your concerns. This appointment should take place within 5 working days of the initial contact. The Neighbourhood Officer will also carry out a risk assessment. This will help us determine the relevant action to take. We will keep you informed of the progress of your case.

How we can help 

If you are the victim of antisocial behaviour we will work with you to write an action plan. We will tell you clearly what we can and cannot do to help. Any information you give us will be kept in the strictest confidence (except in some very serious circumstances.)

Our support services range from helping you to make a report or helping you give evidence in court. In very rare and serious cases, we will help you find a new home. The amount of support you need will vary depending on your circumstances and the types of antisocial behaviour you have reported.

What is antisocial behaviour?

Antisocial behaviour is when someone acts in a way which causes, or is likely to cause harassment, nuisance, alarm or distress. Examples of antisocial behaviour include: noise nuisance, drug dealing, vandalism, arson, abuse, etc.

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