What is Anti-Social Behaviour?
" Acting in a manner that causes, or is likely to cause fear, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household".
Examples of Anti-Social Behaviour:
- Stone throwing
- Group intimdation
- Criminal acts
- Noisy neighbours
- Vehicle nuisance
- Fly tipping
Reporting Anti-Social Behaviour
Incidents of anti-social behaviour in your neighbourhood can be reported to:
Complete an online form
Burnley Police Station Telephone: (01282) 425001
If you rent your home from Calico Housing, you should also tell them:
Telephone: 0800 169 2407
Your Housing Provider:
If you rent your home from Accent, North British Housing, Places for People, or, other Registered Social Landlord, you should contact your housing provider immediately and ask to speak with the Anti-Social Behaviour Team.