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What is Anti-Social Behaviour?

Any behaviour that has caused or was likely to cause, Harassment, Alarm or Distress to one or more persons, not of the same household.

Anti-social behaviour comes in many different forms ranging from low-level nuisance to serious harassment. It can damage people’s quality of life and interfere with their ability to use and enjoy their home or community.

Everyone has the right to live in an environment free from anti-social behaviour.

Examples may include (the list is not an exclusive one):

  • Drunk or rowdy groups
  • Harassment or intimidation
  • Street drinking
  • Vandalism & or graffiti/litter
  • Throwing missiles
  • Drug related nuisance
  • Noise nuisance
  • Racial or Homophobic Behaviour
  • Aggressive or threatening behaviour
  • Vehicle related nuisance
  • Prostitution/sexual acts

We take all complaints of anti-social behaviour seriously.  We seek to take action whenever we can, providing it is justified.