Anti-social Behaviour Action Website

Welcome to the Home Office Anti-social Behaviour Action Website.
The website serves two purposes:

  1. to provide you with contact details for your local anti-social behaviour team so you can contact them if you have questions to ask or need to report anti-social behaviour in your area
  2. to enable you to see how your local council, police and other partners are tackling anti-social behaviour (ASB).  Locally, these partners are known as a Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnership (CDRP) in England and a Community Safety Partnership (CSP) in Wales.


1. Contact your local ASB team

Use the postcode search to find out who to speak to in your Anti-social Behaviour team in the council.

Don't know your postcode?

Please use the postcode finder on the Royal Mail site

Having problems with the search?

You can use your postcode to find your local authority on

2. Find out what is happening in your local area

Click here and go to the ‘My local area’ tab to see how anti-social behaviour has been tackled in your area between 2003 and 2008 (Adobe Flash required)  

Further instructions on how to use this website can be found by navigating to the ‘How to use’ tab and an explanation of the terms can be found in the ‘Glossary’ tab.

Please note that depending on your internet connection this may take between 10 seconds (broadband) and 5 minutes (56k modem) to load up.  Please be patient.

You may be asked to install the free Adobe Flash software update to view the ASB Action information.  If so, please follow the onscreen information.

Alternatively, you can save the 2003-2008 information to your computer: 
ASB Action for 2003-2008 (PDF1.3Mb) (Open in Adobe© Acrobat©)

Or view the information in accessible text format by clicking here 


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