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Anti-Social Behaviour

The Tendring Community Safety Partnership (CSP) shares the Home definitions of Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) as:

“Acting in a manner that causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household as the perpetrator”

This can include acts such as; noisy neighbours, criminal damage, nuisance youths, verbal abuse, intimidation, bullying, rubbish, misuse of fireworks, dog fouling, abandoned or untaxed cars, mini motos, graffiti, fly-tipping, drug dealing, begging and drunken behaviour.

This list is not an exhaustive list.

The CSP takes reports of Anti-Social Behaviour seriously.

Essex Police, Environmental Services, Housing and Tendring District Council Community Safety Team will investigate fully any incidents reported to them. We understand the impact Anti-Social Behaviour can have on individuals and communities and the CSP works with a range of agencies and services to tackle these.

How we are Tackling ASB

The Tendring CSP has a mission statement to:

‘reduce both the incidence and fear of crime and disorder and make the area a safer place to live’.


Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2014


Reporting ASB

If you are suffering or have witnessed any behaviour which may be defined as anti-social then there are a variety of ways of reporting it:


• Criminal activity occurring at the time which is an emergency dial 999

• Non emergency calls to Essex Police switchboard to report a crime or incident call 101

• Essex Police mobile phone numbers listed on Essex Police website  www.essex.police.uk allow you to speak to a local community officer on duty at that time about local issues.

• e-mail us on: asb@tendringdc.gov.uk

• Non emergency Anti-Social Behaviour call Tendring’s Anti-Social Behaviour Reporting Line 01255 686359

We understand many people may be afraid to report Anti-Social Behaviour for fear of repercussions. Reports can be made anonymously, but please be assured that we will take every care to ensure information is treated confidently, and we have a range of measures available to us to ensure your safety is considered at all times.

 

 


ASB Reporting Line:
01255 686359

• We would like to hear details of your problem

• We will then deal with your enquiry or make a referral to an appropriate agency/service

• You will be given feedback within 7-10 working days

 

THIS IS NOT AN EMERGENCY RESPONSE LINE IN THE CASE OF AN EMERGENCY DIAL 999

ASB Reporting
e-mail:

asb@tendringdc.gov.uk

 

For more information please contact Tendring's Anti-Social Behaviour team via the e-mail above.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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