Anti Social Behaviour
Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) is any behaviour that causes, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress or which causes or is likely to cause a nuisance, annoyance or disturbance to people living in your neighbourhood. Anti-Social Behaviour can cover a wide range of activities, from minor disputes with neighbours arising from differences in lifestyles to serious criminal behaviour.
Below are examples of Anti-Social Behaviour. These include but are not limited to:
- Excessive noise (especially late at night);
- Threatening or swearing at neighbours;
- Criminal activity;
- Nuisance caused by animals;
- Assault or physical violence;
- Dumping of litter or rubbish;
- Breaches of tenancy conditions;
- Racist or homophobic abuse or graffiti;
- Domestic violence.
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Download our Tackling ASB Factsheet
To find out more about ASB you can download our handy 2 pages Factsheet which tells you everything you need to know, including how to report ASB and the support we can give you. Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour (PDF 275kb)