Dealing with anti social behaviour

We have a specialist team to support with serious issues surrounding anti-social behaviour (ASB), we work closely with the Police and other local agencies to make sure everyone living in our communities can enjoy their home in peace.

You should report any potential criminal behaviour to the Police. This includes if you smell drugs or suspect other illegal activities may be taking place. Call 101 to report a non-emergency. In an emergency, call 999.

We do not investigate reports of:

  • Disputes between neighbours 
  • Reports relating to drug related activity, these should always be reported to the police.

We will investigate cases of:

  • Persistent and excessive noise nuisance, such as loud music
  • Verbal abuse
  • Hate incidents and hate crimes
  • Violence
  • Damage.

Find out how we tackle ASB in our communties in our ASB statement and summary [pdf] . 

Report ASB online

Dealing with anti social behaviour can be challenging and is not always straightforward. If you tell us about anti social behaviour that is affecting you, we will explain what action we may be able to take as well as what we will not be able to do. 

Make a report

Other ASB support 

Other support services that can help with ASB include:

Cambridgeshire Police non-emergency – call 101 or report online

Victim Support Cambridgeshire – call freephone 0800 781 6818

Victim Support out of hours – call freephone 0808 16 89 111

Your local council can help investigate cases of statutory noise nuisance.

If you have experienced persistent anti-social behaviour and have reported this to us, the police or your local council, you may be able request a multi-agency case review of the way the case is being managed to make further recommendations. This process may vary slightly depending on the area you live in. We can provide you with information about this process.