The definition of anti-social behaviour is 'conduct by an individual or group that has caused or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to another person'.
Anti-social behaviour includes, but not restricted to:
- abandoned vehicles
- rowdy or inconsiderate behaviour
- neighbour disputes
- dog fouling
- fly tipping
- fly posting
We follow a partnership approach across Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland (LLR) that includes a range of in interventions to manage anti-social behaviour consistently - find out more about the anti-social behaviour process.
Report anti-social behaviour
Our community safety team work closely with partner agencies including the police to investigate reports of anti-social behaviour. The team can also give you support and advice.
Complete the form to contact our community safety team and report and problem:
What's not classed as anti-social behaviour
These types of incident are not classed as anti-social behaviour - if you witness any of them, report it to the police straight away:
- criminal acts (violence, theft or burglary for example)
- drug dealing or paraphernalia
- dangerous dogs
- nuisance calls
- vehicle nuisance or inappropriate use (speeding, joy riding or obstructing access, for example)
Reducing anti-social behaviour
We take anti-social behaviour very seriously, and understand how it can impact on local communities and people's lives.
We have a community safety team working to keep you safe and support other activities and initiatives to take anti-social behaviour.
Some of the things we do include:
- CCTV monitoring
- restorative justice
- partnership working
- fixed penalty notices
- community protection notices
- acceptable behaviour agreements