Advice and information on how to deal with anti-social behaviour in your neighbourhood and what the police are doing to tackle the issues.
Tackling anti-social behaviour (ASB) is a priority for Hampshire Constabulary and it is being dealt with in a number of ways.
We work closely with our partner agencies in a joint response to monitor and evaluate reports of ASB across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. We take a coordinated response to deal with the reports we receive.
Assistant Chief Constable Laura Nicholson is the force lead on anti-social behaviour.
In these web pages you will find:
- What is anti-social behaviour?
- What you can do to help stop ASB in your local community
- How to report anti-social behaviour
- The consequences of committing ASB
- Advice for parents with children under 18
We want to hear from you about what you want police to be doing in your neighbourhood to help eliminate anti-social behaviour. Find out who your Safer Neighbourhoods team is and send in videos, photos, letters etc describing what the problem is and what you want your local police officers to be doing.
Anti-social behaviour action website - Home Office
The link below provides you with contact details for your local anti-social behaviour team so you can contact them if you have questions to ask or need to report anti-social behaviour in your area.It also enables you to see how police, your local council, and other partners are tackling anti-social behaviour.