Anti-social behaviour is being tackled by Thames Valley Police in a number of ways.
We work closely with local authorities and key partner agencies to monitor reports of anti-social behaviour and take coordinated action to deal with it. This is part of Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs).
In this section, you can find out:
- What is anti-social behaviour?
- What you can do to stop anti-social behaviour.
- How to report anti-social behaviour.
- What police are doing about anti-social behaviour.
- Why does anti-social behaviour happen?
Anti-social behaviour helper – Directgov
The anti-social behaviour helper at the Directgov website gives you details about a range of anti-social behaviour problems, who you can report the problem to, and what can be done to tackle it.
The link below provides 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. It also enables you to see how police, your local council, and other partners are tackling anti-social behaviour. Locally, these partners are known as a Community Safety Partnership (CSP).