About reporting antisocial behaviour
Antisocial behaviour is a broad term. It describes any type of behaviour that prevents you from doing everyday activities or which damages the local area.
Ring 999 in emergencies: if someone is in immediate danger, ring the police as soon as you can.
What you can report and how to report
You can report several different types of antisocial behaviour to us.
Use the following links to get more information and find out how to make a report:
- Bonfires, air pollution and smoke problems
- Dog fouling
- Fly-tipping and littering
- Hate crime
- Needles and syringes in public spaces
- Noise nuisance, including noisy neighbours
- Stray dogs
- Other types of antisocial behaviour
What you cannot report
We do not consider the following to be antisocial behaviour:
- Not being able to park outside your house
- Smells from people cooking
- Smoking in the street