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Report antisocial behaviour

Always call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger, or if a crime is in progress.

Antisocial behaviour may include the following issues: 

  •  Aggressive Begging 
  • Assault 
  • Criminal Damage 
  • Domestic Abuse 
  • Domestic Noise 
  • Drug Abuse 
  • Gangs 
  • Harassment 
  • Hate Crime 
  • Illegal/Immoral Use of Property 
  • Intimidating Behaviour 
  • Neighbour Nuisance 
  • Prostitution 
  • Threatening, Aggressive, or Violent Behaviour 
  • Vehicle Nuisance 
  • Youth ASB 

Report antisocial behaviour to the council online

You can report antisocial behaviour to us by calling 0121 464 4700, option 5

When you report antisocial behaviour, it is useful if you can explain:

  • what is being done
  • who is doing it
  • when it happened (dates and times)
  • how often it has happened

If you rent your home, you should report antisocial behaviour to your landlord.

Note that some nuisance behaviour is a crime, so should be reported to the police, not the council or your landlord.

Find out what happens after you report antisocial behaviour and where victims can get support.