Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is defined as ‘Acting in a manner that caused or was likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household’. EHSL takes anti-social behaviour seriously and works with tenants, neighbours, local authorities, police, support providers and other parties to ensure that it is appropriately managed.

 

The following non-exclusive list includes a number of examples of anti-social behaviour.

    • Verbal or Physical abuse
    • Vandalism
    • Fly tipping
    • Threatening or intimidating behaviour
    • Litter and rubbish dumping
    • Loitering
    • Pets Nuisance including fouling in public places
    • Hate related incidents including racial, sexual and other harassment
    • Begging and vagrancy
    • Firework misuse
    • Noise Nuisance
    • Harassment
    • Drug dealing/taking
    • Alcohol related incidents
    • Domestic Abuse
    • Prostitution and related activities

If you wish to report anti-social behaviour to us, please call 0300 200 4100, or complete the form below. If you have reason to believe that you are in immediate danger, please call the police.