Reporting anti-social behaviour
- To report anti-social behaviour contact Lancashire Police on 101
- If a crime is in progress you should call 999
- Otherwise you can report anti-social behaviour online or in confidence by calling 01253 891000
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) is behaviour that causes, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress to a person not of the same household or which causes or is likely to cause a nuisance, annoyance or disturbance to people living in your neighbourhood. ASB can cover a wide range of activities, from minor disputes with neighbours arising from differences in lifestyles, to serious criminal behaviour.
When you report ASB, the community safety team will carry out more detailed investigations; identify potential legal or other remedies to problems; support victims and witnesses of ASB; and work with other agencies to prevent and reduce ASB.
To achieve the most effective and appropriate solutions to ASB, we work in partnership with the police and other agencies. By working together we can co-ordinate initiatives to reduce and tackle ASB, and stop it from happening, making a real difference to the quality of life for everyone living in the Wyre area .
Any person dissatisfied with the outcome of a previous report of ASB may be eligible to request for their case to be reviewed, providing that their case meets the community trigger threshold.
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