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Anti-social Behaviour

What is antisocial behaviour?

Antisocial behaviour can be classified into three main categories based on its impact:

  • Individual antisocial behaviour involves actions directed at a particular person or group of people.
  • Community antisocial behaviour refers to conduct that causes inconvenience, annoyance, or distress to an entire neighbourhood or community.
  • Environmental antisocial behaviour are actions that harm or deface public spaces, buildings, or the broader surroundings.

This type of behaviour can have a significant impact on the quality of life in a community, making people feel unsafe and uncomfortable in their own neighbourhoods. It's important to report incidents of antisocial behaviour to the appropriate authorities so that they can take the necessary steps to address the issue.

Reporting antisocial behaviour

If you witness or experience antisocial behaviour, you can report it by calling 101 for non-emergencies, 999 in an emergency, or by visiting the North Wales Police crime reporting webpage.

Reporting antisocial behaviour is crucial for maintaining a safe and peaceful community. By reporting incidents, you're alerting the authorities to the problem, allowing them to take appropriate action to address the issue.

It's important to remember that antisocial behaviour can take many forms, from minor nuisances to more serious criminal acts. Regardless of the severity, reporting incidents promptly can help prevent them from escalating and ensure that appropriate measures are taken to maintain a safe and peaceful environment for all.

Support for victims of antisocial behaviour

For individuals who have been impacted by antisocial behaviour, our commissioned service Victim Support, offers specialised assistance and support. Victim Support is a dedicated organisation that aims to help victims cope with the emotional and practical consequences of antisocial behaviour and other crimes. Find out more and get help here: