Anti-social behaviour is any action that causes harassment, alarm or distress to one or more people not of the same household.
It can include a range of problems such as:
- hate crime
- intimidation and harassment
- nuisance behaviour
- street drinking
If you are the victim of anti-social behaviour, you should report this to your local police, Barnet Council or your landlord.
Visit a Community Safety Hub
We are launching Community Safety Hubs as part of a pilot scheme. You can drop-in to report anonymously any behaviour that makes you or others feel unsafe. Council Officers will be on hand to help.
Find your nearest Community Safety Hub
We will be launching dedicated Ward Walks in November 2022.
Through planned visits to your local area, local councillors, council officers and the police will investigate specific community safety issues that you have raised.
You can raise any issues by contacting your local councillor directly or by emailing email@example.com
Keep a diary
keeping a diary helps us investigate the events that you witness.
Include as much detail as possible about the:
- people involved
- dates and times
- effect the behaviour had on you.
You may find that your neighbours are experiencing similar behaviour. If so, you could ask them to report any incidents and to keep a diary of events too.