If anti-social behaviour is causing alarm or distress to you or the community where you live you should report it.
We work with partner agencies, residents, landlords and businesses to tackle neighbour nuisance and anti-social behaviour in Leicester.
You can help us to tackle disorder in your community by reporting anti-social behaviour when you see it. Reporting anti-social behaviour can prevent the problem from continuing as well as escalating, therefore it will also help to make your neighbourhood a safer place to live.
Report anti-social behaviour
You can report anti-social behaviour by sending us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting the police on 101. You can also contact the following services for assistance:
- Leicester City Children and Young People’s Justice Service: 0116 454 4600
- For housing-related anti-social behaviour, you can also email email@example.com if you are a homeowner or live in a privately rented property
- The City Wardens carry out a variety of duties to try and improve the city's environment. For more information go to the city wardens webpage
If you think you are in immediate danger, always dial 999 and ask for the police. Alternatively, if you want to remain anonymous, you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via the Crimestoppers website.
What is anti-social behaviour?
Anti-social behaviour is any intimidating or threatening activity which causes harassment, alarm, or distress to individuals or groups of people. There are many different types of anti-social behaviour such as:
- Graffiti and fly-posting
- Nuisance neighbours
- Intimidating groups taking over public spaces
We work together with partner agencies, residents, landlords and businesses to tackle neighbour nuisance and anti-social behaviour in Leicester. If anti-social behaviour is causing alarm or distress to you or the community where you live, you should report it
What we are doing to tackle anti-social behaviour?
Our approach in dealing with anti-social behaviour covers all aspects from prevention to rehabilitation and we will protect and support victims and witnesses. Where necessary, we will also refer alleged perpetrators to support agencies. As each case of anti-social behaviour is unique so is the way in which we handle each complaint, and our actions will depend upon the nature and severity of each incident.
We have adopted an incremental approach to manage anti-social behaviour in a consistent, proportionate and phased manner. To prevent and tackle anti-social behaviour, we work in partnership with other departments within the council and with various external agencies (for example Leicestershire Police, Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service, Victim Support).
Community trigger process
If you are unhappy with the way your reports of anti-social behaviour have been dealt with, you may be able to request a review of your case. Get more information about this process on our community trigger page.
Write to us: Customer Services, Leicester City Council, 91 Granby Street, Leicester, LE1 6FB