The Community Safety team deals with serious anti-social behaviour (ASB) and domestic abuse.
Everyone has a duty to make sure that their behaviour and that of their visitors does not interrupt others’ rights to live peacefully in their home and surroundings. We do not tolerate anti-social behaviour (ASB) and have set procedures to follow when you report an incident to us. All reports are treated seriously regardless of whether immediate action is taken.
Any incidents of anti-social behaviour can be reported via our Report ASB page or by calling us 0300 123 1 567. You can also write to us or tell a member of staff.
When you contact us please have as much information to hand as possible including details of the incident, eg date and time, incident number if it was necessary to call the police, and details of any other agencies that the incident was reported to.
In severe cases of nuisance, you may wish also to report it to the police and ask for a log number.
In cases of noise nuisance, a complaint should also be made to your local authority.
If you are experiencing ASB you can view more information on what to do in our leaflets below:
Attacks in the UK and abroad remind us all of the terrorist threat we face. The Government and Police has issued advice for the public on the steps they can take to keep themselves safe in the rare event of a firearms or weapons attack – please follow the links below for more information:
County lines gangs use children and vulnerable people to courier drugs and money. Someone who is involved in county lines activity might exhibit some signs of their involvement – you can find out more by following the link below to some information produced by the government:
For advice and guidance on how to avoid becoming the victim of fraud, download Hampshire Constabulary’s ‘The Little Book of Big of Scams’. The book is a useful guide to many of the scams currently operating in the UK and is a useful way to increase your awareness of these scams and help protect yourself and others.