We at Crimestoppers can only take information about antisocial behaviour if it is serious, criminal or causing a risk to a person.
Otherwise, if you would like to report antisocial behaviour, your local authority (find my local authority), social housing landlords and the police all have powers to deal with your report.
It is important that you keep a record of the incidents and the behaviour, as this will be of great help in investigating the behaviour and tackling it.
If you are a tenant or a leaseholder of a social housing landlord, then contact your landlord to report the issues.
If you are in private rented accommodation or a homeowner, you can contact your local authority who have dedicated personnel who deal with antisocial behaviour.
Regardless of tenure, you can also contact the police.
Remember – unless the antisocial behaviour is serious, criminal or causing a risk to a person, then in the first instance you should contact either your local authority (find my local authority), your social housing landlord or the police.