Anti-social behaviour is a broad term used to describe the day-to-day crime, nuisance or disorder that can make a person’s life a misery.
It can include problems with litter and vandalism, public drunkenness or aggressive dogs, and noisy or abusive neighbours.
The Safer Richmondshire team co-ordinates agencies who work together to tackle these issues, meaning that responsibility is shared between a number of organisations, such as the police, council and social landlords.
If you're experiencing anti-social behaviour from a council tenant, your report will be referred to our tenancy relations manager. They'll decide how best to help you.
Use this form to report
- Public drunkenness
- Agressive dogs
- Noisy and abusive neighbours
- Domestic violence
- Racial harassment
- Nuisance youths
Issues not dealt with in this form
What happens next?
Your form will be sent to the tenancy relations team who will be in touch with you as soon as possible to discuss your concerns
What you'll need to provide
- Your details (optional)
- Details of the anti-social behaviour
- Police incident number, if applicable