What is ASB?

ASB stands for Antisocial Behaviour. Defined in the Antisocial Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014

 

The meaning of antisocial behaviour is: Conduct that has caused, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress


This can be any behaviour that negatively affects your life.

 

We can help with...

  • Abandoned cars
  • Fly-posting
  • Fly-tips and littering
  • Graffiti and vandalism
  • Health & Safety issues
  • Messy gardens
  • Noise nuisance
  • Nuisance youths
  • Pest control
  • Stray dogs / dog fouling
  • Some neighbour disputes
  • Trading Standards

Community Protection has received national recognition for the innovative way in which it tackles ASB.

 

Our Service Centre operates a helpline to deal with range of antisocial behaviour issues such fly-tipping, graffiti, vandalism and abandoned cars. Available to Nottingham City residents, officers are either dispatched to deal with your local issues or customers are signposted to the relevant agency to solve their problem.

 

Ring 0115 9152020 or send an email to cpservicecentre@nottinghamcity.gov.uk to report any antisocial behaviour in your area or to simply find out more about the service and how it can help you. If you would prefer to, you can remain anonymous.

 

If you have any issues regarding a tenancy held by a Nottingham City Homes tenant, please contact your Nottingham City Homes local housing office and speak to the Housing Patch Manager.

 

Our confidential Community Protection service centre help line is there to deal with a wide range of antisocial behaviour issues such fly-tipping, graffiti, vandalism and abandoned cars. Available for Nottingham City residents, officers are either dispatched to deal with your local issues or customers are signposted to the relevant agency to solve their problem.

 

Ring 0115 9152020 or send an email to cpservicecentre@nottinghamcity.gov.uk to report any antisocial behaviour in your area or to simply find out more about the service and how it can help you. If you would prefer to, you can remain anonymous.

 

Remember, if we don’t know about it, we can’t help you.
 

Last updated: 07/09/2017 at 10:33 GMT