What is classed as Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)?
Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) covers many types of actions from low-level persistent nuisance to serious public disturbance. It covers the following:
- behaviour that can cause nuisance and annoyance
- behaviour likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress
- behaviour which creates significant and persistent problems in neighbourhoods
- behaviour which leaves communities feeling intimidated and afraid
Anti-Social Behaviour includes a range of problems:
- noisy neighbours
- abandoned cars
- youth nuisance
Together with the Community Safety Partnership, we recognise that the behaviour of a persistent minority can ruin the lives of individuals and damage whole communities. It can hold back the regeneration of our most disadvantaged areas, creating the environment in which crime can take hold.
Report Anti-Social Behaviour
If you are experiencing Anti-Social Behaviour and this is being caused by someone in your neighbourhood, please report this to us via our online self service forms, or in the case of an emergency contact the Police on 999.
We will once again be joining forces with partners across the UK to support ASB Week 2022 in the summer. You can find out more information about this on the Resolve website including information about how successful the ASB Week 2021 was!
Other information on Anti-Social Behaviour can be obtained from the following organisations' websites: