Anti-social behaviour (ASB) describes a wide range of everyday nuisance, disorder and crime. It has a huge impact on victims' quality of life and is often the public's biggest local concern.
Reporting anti-social behaviour
If you're in immediate danger, please call 999.
You can report anti-social behaviour online using Report It
Using Report It
- Choose the location you'd like to make a report about, either by locating it on the map or typing in the postcode
- Please note, you aren't able to 'Filter type of issue' as for confidentiality reasons, we don't show the locations of anti-social behaviour reports
- Once you've found the right location, click 'Next'
- Choose 'Anti-Social Behaviour' for 'Type of issue'
- Choose all those which apply from the following options:
- alcohol related nuisance
- drug dealing
- drunken and rowdy behaviour in the street
- fighting and arguing in the street
- fire setting
- football nuisance
- gang nuisance
- hate crime
- motorbike / off-road bike nuisance
- neighbour dispute
- street begging
- verbal abuse
- Choose whether you're a:
- tenant of a privately rented property, or property owner
- tenant of a registered social landlord (if you live in a Thirteen Group property, please contact Thirteen on 0300 111 1000 before submitting this report to us)
- Give details of your complaint, and attach any photos you have as evidence
- Confirm the address which you selected on the previous page
- Click 'Next'
- Type in or confirm your personal details, or choose to make an anonymous report
- Click 'Submit'
- If you're unable to use the online form, you can contact the Integrated Enforcement Team in confidence on 01642 228500 (7am to 10pm, Monday to Sunday). If you call outside of these hours, please leave a message and an officer will contact you the next working day. The Integrated Enforcement Team also deals with car parking issues and requests for CCTV.
- You can contact your local Neighbourhood Safety Team in confidence on 01642 513606 (8.30am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday, and Friday, 8.30am to 4.30pm).
If you call outside of these hours, please leave a message and an officer will contact you the next working day. Alternatively you can contact the team by email email@example.com.
- If you'd like to contact your local Neighbourhood Policing Team, please call 101 (non-emergency) or 999 (emergency)
Community Safety Team
The Community Safety Team works with partners and local people to prevent and reduce crime and ASB including:
- vandalism, graffiti, and deliberate damage to property or vehicles
- groups of teenagers hanging around on the streets
- fly tipping or littering
- drug use and dealing
- drunk or rowdy behaviour
- chaotic families
They do this by:
- detecting and deterring crime, and providing public safety through CCTV usage
- diverting and preventing ASB, and educating offenders
- offering specialist support to victims of ASB
- raising the management standards of private landlords
- promoting community cohesion and sustainability
You can contact the Neighbourhood Safety Team via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. The team is committed to working in partnership with local people and agencies to deal with ASB whenever it occurs in Middlesbrough.
The Neighbourhood Safety Team doesn't deal with incidents relating to neighbour disputes. If the neighbour dispute involves serious threats or violence, you should contact Cleveland Police on 101. If the incident is currently happening and you think you're in danger, dial 999.
|Cleveland Police Neighbourhood Policing Unit - Middlesbrough||01642 302900|
|Police non-emergency number||101|
|My Sister's Place (domestic abuse support)||01642 241864|
|Domestic Violence helpline||0808 2000247|
|Platform (drug and alcohol support)||01642 246241|
|Frank (National Drugs helpline)||0800 776600|
|Integrated Enforcement Team (including Street Wardens)||01642 228500|
|Victim Care and Advice Service||0303 0401 099|