Report ASB in your area

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Leicestershire Police are working in partnership with your local council and other agencies to tackle anti-social behaviour and reduce crime and disorder.

If you are experiencing Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) please call 101 to report this to the Police.

Everyone has the right to feel and be safe in their home and community, and as a partnership we are committed to doing everything we can to help you.

What is Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB)?

Anti-social behaviour is any activity which causes, or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more people not of the same household.
For Example:
• vandalism, graffiti and fly-posting;
• nuisance neighbours;
• intimidating groups taking over public spaces;
• hate related or targeted incidents;
• littering and fly-tipping;
• anti-social drinking;
• misuse of fireworks;
• reckless driving of mini-motos, quadbikes and other vehicles.

Anti-social behaviour isn’t:

• children playing;
• neighbours doing DIY (at reasonable times of the day);
• groups of people in the street or in parks, unless they are being rowdy, abusive, causing damage or committing other crimes; noise caused by everyday living; religious or cultural practice.


Every incident is reviewed and appropriate action taken which may include a telephone call or visit from a Police Officer, Police Community Support Officer or Council Officer with the aim of:

• working with you to ensure you are safe;
• patrolling the area and dealing with any further incidents;
• gathering evidence and speaking to witnesses;
• taking all the appropriate steps to resolve the problem;
• Ensuring the police and/or local council are updated of the incident.





The officer dealing with your report will be able to discuss some crime prevention advice and tips on improving your home and personal security.


There are many different ways that police and partner agencies can deal with
Anti-social behaviour, including:
• advice given to perpetrators;
• warning letters given to perpetrators;
asking the perpetrator to sign an acceptable behaviour contract, where they voluntarily enter into an agreement of good behaviour;
• Issuing a community protection notice, a breach of which is a criminal offence.



Keep a record

To assist with any investigation, please try to keep an accurate record of dates, times and incident details. It is still important that you report every incident as and when they happen by calling 101.

Things to keep a note of:

• exact time, date and location of the incident;
• descriptions of any people involved (height, build, hair colour, clothing);
• what they were doing and how their actions affected you and/or others;
• any other witnesses


If you are experiencing Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) please call 101 to report this to the Police.

Many Thanks,

PCSO 6168 George Butler
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George Butler (Police, PCSO, Belgrave)

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