Oxford Safer Communities Partnership

Anti-Social Behaviour Team

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
  • Vandalism, including 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.

Please provide your personal details
Full name:
Email address:
Home telephone number:
Mobile telephone number:
Your address:
Please provide details of the issue affecting you

ASB type:

Please provide details of the anti-social behaviour you are suffering:

Best way to contact you:



Useful Links

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.



Oxford Safer Communities Partnership, c/o Oxford City Council, 3rd Floor, St Aldate's Chambers, 109 St Aldate's, Oxford, OX1 1DS. Telephone: 01865 249811.  Email: saferoxford@oxford.gov.uk