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Anti-social behaviour and nuisance

Help and advice for identifying and dealing with anti-social behaviour.

The legal definition of anti-social behaviour (ASB) is:

Acting in a manner that causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress. To one or more persons, not of the same household.

How to report anti-social behaviour

It is important that low level nuisance is dealt with by the appropriate agency and not allowed to get worse. If you do not report it we cannot help resolve problems.

Information will be treated in confidence and your personal details will not be disclosed unless we have your agreement.

Report abandoned vehicle

Report noise pollution

Report fly-tipping

Acts of a criminal nature

Serious incidents which are acts of a criminal nature should be passed directly to West Yorkshire Police:

Other anti-social behaviour incidents

Other anti-social behaviour includes, but is not limited to:

  • Rowdy or nuisance.
  • Street drinking or begging.
  • Abusive language.
  • Harass, threaten or intimidate.

For all other ASB incidents, please contact:

Vulnerable victims of anti-social behaviour

If you, or someone you know is vulnerable and suffers anti-social behaviour, we can help.

Please contact our Partnership Team, phone: 01422 288001.

For more details, visit: Safetynet Resources.

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