Anti-social behaviour

We take anti-social behaviour seriously

It’s sometimes hard to know what is classed as anti-social behaviour (ASB), what’s simply a nuisance, and what is a more serious crime. It’s therefore tricky to know where you should be reporting it to get help.

If you’re affected by behaviour in your community, click on the relevant image below to see the best way to report it. Click on the tiles to find out:

  • Whether it’s ASB
  • What you can do to help resolve the issue
  • Who you need to speak to
  • How to report it to us if it is ASB

If a life is in danger or a crime is in progress, ring 999 immediately. To report non-emergency criminal matters call 101.

If you’d prefer to report incidents, such as drug dealing, anonymously, you can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or by visiting

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What to expect when you report ASB to Abri

We know how important it is to tackle anti-social behaviour (ASB) and understand the impact it can have. We’re committed to working in our communities and with partner agencies to resolve ASB.

What happens when I report ASB?

What is an ASB case review?

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