Reporting anti-social behaviour
Our officers use a risk assessment matrix, shared with Bedfordshire Police, to prioritise the cases we can investigate.
What we can help with
- street drinking
- incidents of abusive, intimidating and threatening behaviour which affects the wider community
- street nuisance
- drug-related issues centred around a specific premises
- persistent behaviour that is having a detrimental effect on the quality of your life, and that of your neighbours
What we can't help with
- feeding / keeping of animals (domestic or wild)
- parking issues
- playing of ball games
- youths gathered in a public place not committing offences
- one-off noise report
- nuisance motorcycles (please report to Bedfordshire Police on 101)
- minor neighbourhood disputes
- rough sleepers / homeless people
How to report criminal behaviour
Criminal behaviour should be reported to the police. This includes:
- harassment including incidents based on race, gender, religion, disability, or sexual orientation
- graffiti, vandalism and damage to property
- drug misuse (including cannabis)
- using and selling Class A drugs
- being personally and physically threatened
Emergencies: For serious incidents (where lives are at risk or when the perpetrators are still on the scene), call the police on 999 immediately.
Non-emergencies: call the police on 101.
For anonymous reports, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Our tenants: how to report anti-social behaviour
If you are a tenant experiencing anti-social behaviour, please let us know:
Telephone: 0300 300 8302
All reports are treated in the strictest confidence.