Report Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)

Antisocial behaviour (ASB) is a range of behaviours that can cause nuisance and annoyance or harm and distress to a person. It is a wide range of unacceptable activity and includes things like excessive noise, fly-tipping, littering, animal nuisance, including dog fouling, dogs barking and verbal or abusive behaviour. 

Children playing, noise caused by everyday living and Neighbours doing DIY (at reasonable times of the day) are not officially classed as ASB. 

There is a fine line between antisocial behaviour and neighbour disputes which can often begin over relatively minor inconveniences such as parking or a one off party. However, if they continue, they can potentially become antisocial behaviour. 

If you are experiencing Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB), you can use the buttons below to report your issue 



Aggressive, noisy or abusive behaviour or neighbourhood disturbances involving drugs or animals can be reported to Essex Police

You can report ASB of a non-emergency nature by calling 101

The Community Trigger (also known as ASB Case Review) is a victim’s opportunity to be heard – a new tool to help victims who have reported anti-social behaviour. The anti-social behaviour (ASB) is a measure designed to give victims the ability to demand action by requesting a review of their ASB case.  The aim is to bring agencies together to take a more joined up problem solving approach to find a solution for the victim


Learn more about Community Triggers