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Report Anti-Social Behaviour

Our dedicated team works together with victims and perpetrators to help solve anti-social behaviour (ASB) issues.

Anti-social behaviour is unreasonable behaviour which disturbs or causes a nuisance to an individual or a local community. Before reporting anti-social behaviour (ASB) to us you should first try speaking to your neighbour or the premises causing the nuisance, but only if you’re comfortable. They may not be aware they are causing a problem.

In an emergency dial 999. You should do this if you think there is an immediate threat to life or property. If the issue is a crime but doesn’t require an immediate police response, or the crime has already taken place, you can report it online to the local police by going to report-it.org.uk or call 101, the non-emergency number.

The Out of Hours Response Service can visit and investigate your concerns between 4pm and 2am, Sunday to Thursday and 5pm and 4am, Friday and Saturday. If you are experiencing anti-social behaviour now, please select the type of ASB or Noise below to find out what Islington Council can do to help and what you could do yourself.

Reporting online is the quickest and most convenient way to report your concerns to us, however you can also call the ASB Reporting Line on 0207 527 7272 if your being disturbed now. Please note you may experience longer call waiting times during our busy periods.

  • Noise

    We will record all reports of noise but can only take action on noise complaints where the council can investigate, gather evidence and independently witness unreasonable noise levels from your home.

  • Types of anti-social behaviour

    We will record all reports of anti-social behaviour (ASB) but can only take action where the council can investigate, gather evidence and independently witness unreasonable ASB.

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