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Yes, you can report an anti-social behaviour matter without giving your name.

However, this does make it harder for us to investigate your complaint. And we won't be able to update you on progress.

If you give us your details when you report something, we won't share your name without speaking to you about it first and we will keep your details confidential if you want us to. However, in some cases, we may have to share your details with the police and/or social services, or we would be breaking the law.

We may also have to disclose who you are if we need to get an injunction or the person you have reported is prosecuted or if we take other types of legal action. Whatever we do though, we'll discuss it with you first.

We keep all your information securely as required by the Data Protection Act 2018. In some cases, neighbours might be able to guess that you have reported the incident to us.

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