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 officer. They'll decide how best to help you.
Use this form to report
- Aggressive dogs
- Noisy and abusive neighbours
- Domestic violence
- Racial harassment
- Nuisance youths
- Threats of violence, intimidation or harrassement
- Threatening behaviour
- Verbal abuse
- Drug dealing
- Abandoned vehicle
- Garden issue
What happens next?
What you'll need to provide
- Your details (for our records only)
- Details of the anti-social behaviour, including evidence if possible