Report anti-social behavior

We all have the right to live in a safe and pleasant neighbourhood. That’s why we take ASB seriously. We aim to respond to reports of ASB within five working days or, for urgent cases, within 24 hours. Remember, if you feel that you’re at immediate risk, or you are reporting a criminal offence, please contact the police by dialling 999.

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This form is for you to record your experience of anti-social behaviour on. It will be sent to the Tenancy Management Officer to investigate, during working hours.

  1. Only write what you have seen, heard or experienced.
  2. Please be aware that the information given may be used in subsequent legal proceedings.
  3. The information given may be passed to other statutory agencies such as police, local authorities and other housing associations, so by completing this you are agreeing that we can do so.
  4. Please complete one form for each incident which helps us to gather evidence and understand the whole story.
  5. If you report anti-social behavior and wish to remain anonymous, it may be that limited or no action can be taken.

Thank you.

  • If you have reported this case before, please enter your case reference number in the box above
  • Contact Details

    Please give us a number we can contact you on to follow up this report (entering at least one contact detail is mandatory)

  • Incident Diary

    Please complete details about ONE incident only. Please take your time completing this form

  • Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY
  • :
  • Write the address or location of the incident, not your own address unless it is the same
  • Write down their name and address. If you do not know this describe them.
  • Please add exactly what you saw and heard. Put all the words in full including swear words. Stick to factual information and keep it simple.
  • (include incident numbers, crime reference numbers).
  • If there is an immediate risk to health and safety or you are reporting a criminal offence, you must first contact the police or any other relevant agency.

  • Please be honest, this is confidential.