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Antisocial behaviour

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Antisocial behaviour means behaving in a way which causes, or is likely to cause, alarm and distress to the community. It can include:

  • abuse;
  • drug dealing;
  • vandalism and graffiti;
  • noise disturbances (loud music, noisy parties or shouting) and;
  • threatening or violent behaviour.

Antisocial behaviour is not always a crime but incidents of violence, suspected drug dealing, and hate crime should always be reported to the Police.

  • Domestic noise refers to amplified noise, noisy parties, DIY, playing musical instruments or dogs barking etc.
  • Non-domestic noise refers to commercial noise, construction noise, car alarms etc.

If you wish to report:

If antisocial behaviour is happening right now call the police on 101.

If someone’s life or health is in danger call 999.