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If your neighbour or someone else is doing something that is making it difficult for you to enjoy your home, there are several things you can do to address the situation.

If you need to report anti-social behaviour (ASB), the quickest way to do it is through your A2Dominion account if you have one. If you don't, you can still register for an account or report it as a guest on our report anti-social behaviour webpage.

You can also call 0800 432 0077 during office hours.

To report a crime urgently, call the police on 999. More on reporting a crime.

Please don't email your Neighbourhood Officer directly. If they're away, this could delay us helping you.

Before reporting anti-social behaviour, it's important to understand what you can and cannot report as ASB.

What should I do next?

Keep a record of all incidents. Write down the details and share them with us regularly. This information is important as it can be used to support any action we take against the person you've reported. You can:

If you think other neighbours may also have information about an incident, encourage them to report it, too. We may also talk to them about it.

What happens after I make a report?