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Anti-social behaviour information sheet

HOW TO REPORT ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR (ASB)…

 

If you want to report ASB or a crime which isn’t an emergency, you should call your local police on 101 or 0208 721 2735 or your local council anti-social behavior team 0208 921 4411

In an emergency, you should ALWAYS call 999

 

An emergency is:

  • When a crime is happening

  • When someone suspected of crime is nearby

  • When someone is injured, being threatened, or in danger.

 

Aletrnatively, if you want to remain anonymous, then you can pass information to Crimestoppers on

0800 555111

ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR – WHAT IS IT?

 

This means a wide range of UNACCEPTABLE activity and includes things like VANDALISM, GRAFFITI, NUISANCE NEIGHBOURS, INTIMIDATING GROUPS, DRUG TAKING/DEALING etc

 

 

Join your Neighbourhood Watch today and become part of a scheme that helps and supports its members and really makes a difference and create a place where anti-social behaviour is tackled and not tolerated

 

 

WHAT CAN YOU DO TO TACKLE ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR?

You can hep the Police and other Agencies to tackle problems in your neighbourhood by reporting ASB when you see it happening. By coming forward to report ASB you may prevent the same problem happening again and you will help make your community a safer place.

In our area we have a NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH scheme that is active.  We are always looking for members to help build a community who wants play an active role in making it a safer and friendlier place to live.

 

WHAT CAN THE COUNCIL TEAM DO?

 

The RBG have strong effective powers to deal with ASB problems.  They have various powers to tackle ASB in our area, such as ASBOs, parenting orders and premises closure orders (the power to close properties after serious persistent buisance or disorder),  You can also report information to your local Councillors, who have a duty of care to you to act on your behalf and raise concerns with the council and other organisations.