What is anti-social behaviour?

Anti-social behaviour, or ASB for short, is defined as behaving in a manner that ‘has caused or is likely to cause harassment, alarm and distress to one or more persons not of the same household’.

Forms of ASB can include:

  • Abandoned vehicles
  • Anti-social drinking
  • Bonfires or misuse of fireworks
  • Dead animals
  • Dog bins and fouling
  • Dust, odour and fumes
  • Fly-tipping, litter and dumped waste
  • Graffiti and unwanted posters
  • Harassment
  • Hare coursing
  • Illegal lamping/game hunting
  • Intimidating groups dominating public space
  • Noise nuisance
  • Nuisance behaviour – including vehicles
  • On-street parking issues
  • Signs of drug use or dealing
  • Threats, intimidation and violence towards residents and passers-by
  • Vandalism

If you think your experiencing one of the above behaviours, you can report it to us here.

If you would like to discuss any other anti-social behaviour, please contact the community safety team.

Contact us - Community safety

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01235 422590
(Text phone users add 18001 before dialing)

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Vale of White Horse District Council
135 Eastern Avenue
Milton Park
OX14 4SB