Anti-social behaviour can include the following:
- Verbal or Physical abuse
- Vandalism and graffiti
- Noise Nuisance
- Selling drugs
- Drinking whilst underage
- Litter and rubbish dumping
- Nuisance driving
The East Cambridgeshire Community Safety Partnership recognises that anti-social behaviour can significantly reduce the quality of life of residents and has therefore made this one of its priorities and has an appointed Anti-Social Behaviour Co-ordinator to help tackle individuals causing these types of problems.
What should I do if I witness or am a victim of Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)?
You can report any incidents to the Police by visiting www.cambs.police.uk or to East Cambridgeshire District Council by submitting an online report*
*In an emergency, if a crime is being committed or a life is in danger, always dial 999.
Remember, in order for us to help stop anti-social behaviour you need to report incidents. All information will be treated confidentially, and personal details will not be disclosed unless we have your permission.
For more information about anti-social behaviour; other ways to report it; what can be done to tackle it, and available support services, please visit the Cambridgeshire Constabulary website.
The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 brought in a new additional measure for people who have been the victim or someone acting on their behalf, to make an application to have their case reviewed. A review will look at every aspect of the specific case to establish whether all available and appropriate actions were carried out.