Anti-Social Behaviour

Before You Start

Anti-Social Behaviour can mean different things to different people, but is generally an on-going nuisance that impacts upon your quality of life.

This can include on-going problems with neighbours, nuisance groups or environmental issues, where there is a deliberate disregard and lack of consideration for others. One off occasional incidents or day to day domestic activity are unlikely to be considered Anti-Social Behaviour.

We always try and encourage people, provided they feel comfortable, to speak to the person causing the problem, as sometimes they are unaware and matters can be easily resolved.

If this is not possible – or you have already tried this, then contact us to try and assist you further.

If you would like to discuss your concerns, or identify if you are experiencing Anti-Social Behaviour, please get in touch with a member of the Community Safety Team.

You can do this by either completing the online web form below or calling 01843 577777.

It is important you tell us as much as you can, we will ask you further questions in order to establish the best way to help you.

Please note that criminal matters such as drugs or vandalism should be reported to Kent Police by calling 101 – or 999 if the crime is in progress.

Graffiti report form

Noise nuisance report form

We will ask you to

  • Provide your contact details
  • Provide details of the incident(s)

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