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Reporting Anti Social Behaviour

More information about Anti-social behaviour and how to report it.

Community Safety

Anti-social behaviour is a broad term used to describe the day-to-day incidents of crime, nuisance and disorder that make many people's lives a misery - from litter to vandalism, public drunkenness to aggressive dogs, to noisy or abusive neighbours. Because there is such a wide range of behaviours, it means that responsibility for dealing with anti-social behaviour is shared between a number of agencies including Fenland District Council, the Police and residential social landlords, who will work together towards a timely and positive outcome for the victim..

In terms of behaviour, what is seen as 'anti-social' will vary from victim to victim, and community to community. This is why we have changed the way incidents of anti-social behaviour can be reported.

Reporting Anti-social behaviour

Many incidents of anti-social behaviour can be resolved swiftly and amicably by talking to the individual(s) responsible. A calm and polite conversation can enable both parties to have a discussion about the behaviour and the impact it is having. Often, this leads to lasting solutions. However, this initial intervention should not be attempted if it is not safe to do so.

In cases where this approach has not reached a solution, or the incidents are of a more serious or more long term nature, it may be more appropriate to report the behaviour to Fenland District Council or the Police.

Report anti-social behaviour to us online.

Alternatively, use the form below:

word icon Report anti social behaviour [59kb]

Please provide as much detail as possible and email it to antisocialbehaviour@fenland.gov.uk or post it to: Community Safety Team, Fenland Hall, County Road, March, Cambs, PE15 8SX. We will contact you within five working days of receipt of the completed report.

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    Community Trigger

    The Community Trigger has been introduced as part of the Anti Social, Crime and Policing Act 2014. It offers the victims of ASB the opportunity to request that their case is reviewed.