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Anti-social behaviour

Anti social behaviour is a nuisance which spoils the community's quality of life and;

  • Has a detrimental effect on the quality of life of those in the locality
  • Be of a persistent nature
  • Be unreasonable

Anti-social behaviour ruins lives and is not tolerated in Cambridgeshire. We work closely with partner agencies, including local councils, to target and tackle anti-social issues within our communities so that offenders face justice and victims receive a better quality of life.

Examples of anti-social behaviour include;

  • rowdy, noisy behaviour
  • night time noise from houses or gardens, particularly between 11pm and 7am
  • threatening and/or drunken behaviour
  • vandalism, graffiti and fly-posting
  • dealing or buying drugs on the streets
  • littering and/or fly-tipping
  • aggressive begging
  • drinking on the street
  • setting off fireworks late at night
  • abandoning cars on the street.

Report anti-social behaviour

To report anti-social behaviour, please get in touch with us by completing our report a concern online form or by calling 999 in an emergency.

If you are worried about anti-social behaviour happening where you live you may;

How we manage anti-social behaviour

In many cases, anti-social behaviour can be resolved without the need for legal action. Instead, our officers can issue warnings and penalties which commonly include;

Local councils also play a key part in dealing with anti-social behaviour issues that aren’t criminal offences, such as abandoned vehicles. Find your local council to see how they are tackling anti-social behaviour in your area.

Alternatively, if an anti-social behaviour issue involves a tenant or a property of a registered social landlord or housing association, the landlord can take action against the person committing the anti-social behaviour by working with the police and the local authority to ensure appropriate action is taken to solve the problem.

Community Trigger

A victim of Anti Social Behaviour has the right to have their case reviewed once it has been closed and where it meets the threshold.  In order to do this a victim can use the Community Trigger which is found through the Local Council Website, see links below;

Huntingdonshire 

Peterborough

South Cambridgeshire 

East Cambs 

Fenland 

Cambridge 

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