Anti-social behaviour is defined as ‘conduct by an individual or group that has caused or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person’.
Anti-social behaviour includes, but is not restricted to any of the following:
- Abandoned vehicles (not stolen)
- Rowdy or inconsiderate behaviour
- Neighbour disputes
- Dog fouling
- Fly tipping
- Fly poster
Report a problem
We have Community Safety Support Officers who work closely with the police and can offer you advice and support. Use the form below to contact our Community Safety Team and report a problem.
Anti Social Behaviour leaflet link
What is NOT anti-social behaviour
The following types of incident are not considered to be anti-social behaviour. If you are experiencing or have witnessed the any of the following you should report it to the police straight away:
- Criminal Acts (Violence/Theft/Burglary)
- Drug Dealing/Paraphernalia
- Dangerous dogs
- Nuisance calls
- Prostitution-Related activity
- Vehicle nuisance/Inappropriate use (Speeding/Joy Riding/Obstructing Access)
Reducing anti-social behaviour
We take anti-social behaviour very seriously and know how it can impact on local communities and people’s lives. Along with having dedicated Community Safety Support Officers, we also support other activities and initiatives to tackle anti-social behaviour and keep our communities safe.
Some of the things we do include:
- CCTV monitoring
- Restorative Justice
- Partnership working
- Fixed penalty notices
- Community Protection Notices
- Acceptable Behaviour Agreements
How to report anti-social behaviour
To help us resolve incidents of anti-social behaviour we may need the following from you:
- Dates and times of incidents
- Descriptions of alleged offenders or vehicles
- Reference numbers from other organisations such as the Police
- Details of other witnesses or people suffering the same anti-social behaviour
You can report anti-social behaviour using our online anti-social behaviour reporting form or by emailing email@example.com
Leicestershire Police, together with local partners, have produced a useful leaflet to help you record any incidents of anti-social behaviour you may experience:
Community Safety Consultation 2018
This consultation has been created by the Community Safety Team at Rutland County Council, in partnership with the Local Police, Fire Service and other members of the Safer Rutland Partnership.
We would like to give the people of Rutland the opportunity to tell us how they feel about Community Safety in their community, so that we can have a better understanding on the local issues and needs. The information that you provide will be considered during future development and delivery of our services and help to shape the priorities for the Partnership's 2017-2020 Strategy Plan.
Thank you for participating in our survey. Your feedback is important.