Oxford City Council's Anti-Social Behaviour Team deal with the
more serious cases of anti-social behaviour (ASB) within the community. ASB means different things to different
people and may include:
Unreasonable levels of noise
Threatening and drunken behaviour
graffiti and fly-posting
Drug dealing or people using drugs in your street
Setting off fireworks
Unreasonable behaviour of neighbours
or visitors to their property
Criminal damage to your property
or your neighbourhood
What will the Anti-Social Behaviour Team do The team will
deal with your complaint in the strictest confidence. A Case Manager will be allocated to investigate all available evidence.
This could involve a visit to your home to discuss your problem, writing to or interviewing your neighbour(s), and providing
you with a diary to collect evidence of the issue.
If you believe you are a victim of anti-social behaviour, don't
suffer in silence. Complete the on-line form below. This will automatically be sent to team to investigate.
There are many different types of anti-social behaviour which are
not necessarily dealt with by the team. Below are a list of issues that require the help of services other than the
Anti-Social Behaviour Team. Click on the type of antisocial behaviour to report the issue online.