What is antisocial behaviour
What is anti-social behaviour?
Anti-social behaviour is any activity that impacts on other people in a negative way. Examples of anti-social behaviour include:
- nuisance neighbours
- rowdy and nuisance behaviour
- intimidating groups taking over public spaces
- vandalism, graffiti and fly-posting
- fly tipping and abandoning cars
- anti social drinking
- signs of using drugs or dealing drugs
- threats, intimidation and violence towards residents and passers-by
- the misuse of fireworks
- racial and any other acts of harassment.
If you are worried about reporting racism to the police, please visit our section on hate crime.
Anti social behaviour in the Countryside
- dumped vehicles (abandoned)
- hare coursing
- lamping (illegal game hunting)
Environmental anti-social behaviour
If you are experiencing anti social behaviour through:
- fly posting/tipping, graffiti or
- neighbour noise nuisance
You would need to contact environmental health as follows:
- To report fly posting please contact 03000 610 610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- To report fly tipping please contact 03000 610 610 or email biffa.
- For noise nuisance please visit the environmental health noise page.
You would need to provide the following information where you can:
- date, time and location
- name of person/company
- vehicle registration
- type and quantity of waste
Last reviewed: 12 - 12 - 2012