Reporting Anti-Social Behaviour

Reporting Anti Social Behaviour

Often action to tackle anti-social behaviour is only possible because of witnesses reporting when incidents take place. Reports of anti-social behaviour also allows us to target areas and direct resources where they are needed most.

So if you witness any incidents of nuisance or anti-social behaviour in this area, please report it.

To report anti-social behaviour, please call 101 to report:

  • unruly and drunken behaviour
  • street drinking
  • threatening and abusive language in a public place
  • aggressive begging
  • drug dealing or persistent criminal behaviour
  • racial harassment
  • homophobic harassment
  • vandalism

Please call the City Help Desk on 023 9283 4092 to report:

  • flytipping
  • noise nuisance
  • graffiti
  • litter
  • dog fouling

It will be helpful if you make a note of the following:

    • date and time of the incident
    • location of incident
    • what the person or people have done
    • description of the person or people involved – number of people, their sex, height, build, colour and length of hair, distinguishing marks, ethnicity, clothing, name or nicknames if known
    • any other witnesses
    • how the incident has affected you or others