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Anti social behaviour

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Anti social behaviour (ASB) is a term which can be used to describe a range of unacceptable activities that have a negative impact on a community or an individual.

Telford & Wrekin Council, the Police and Housing Associations have strong and effective powers to deal with anti-social behaviour problems.

What types of ASB you should report to the Council

What types of ASB you should report to the police

  • Begging.
  • Criminal damage.
  • Disorderly behaviour - e.g. shouting, swearing, drunken, threatening behaviour.
  • Drug/substance misuse (taking or dealing).
  • Drunken behaviour.
  • Harassment / intimidation.
  • Malicious calls.
  • Prostitution.
  • Violence or threat of violence.
  • Vandalism / arson.

Non-emergencies report online: visit the West Mercia Police website to report non-emergencies online
Emergencies: 999

Watch our YouTube video about our Anti-Social Behaviour team:

Last updated: 18/08/2022 10:19

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