Anti-Social Behaviour back to Priorities and Activities
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is virtually any intimidating or threatening activity that scares you or damages your quality of life. Examples include:
- rowdy, noisy behaviour
- 'yobbish' behaviour
- vandalism, graffiti and fly-posting
- fly-tipping rubbish
- street drinking
- setting off fireworks late at night
- inconsiderate parking
It has a negative effect on many people’s lives so it is no wonder that local residents would like to see it eradicated from our area. If you would like to report graffiti in the area, you can find the relevant contact details on the Community Safety Website.
ASB classifications within new definitions
Prostitution related activity
Inappropriate vehicle use
The NAG making a difference
When residents complained about youths gathering at the junction of Sutherland Chase and Prince Andrew Way driving noisy motorbikes backwards and forwards we took action. We arranged for a new barrier to be installed that restricts access for motorbikes and solved the problem.
If you have an antisocial behaviour problem in your area why not let us know. We may be able to resolve your issue.
PC Martyn Withers with NAG member Colin Ellis at the barrier.