Anti social behaviour

Antisocial behaviour is behaviour in a manner that causes, or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person not of the same household.

All complaints of antisocial behaviour are treated in absolute confidence and experienced staff will be supportive throughout the process.

By coming forward and reporting antisocial behaviour, you may be helping not only yourself, but also other people who are negatively affected by the disruptive actions.

What you can do to help

  • Log everything accurately so that the information is available as evidence in court if needed by:
  • Keeping a diary of events, taking photographs or videos of incidents
  • Keeping a record of witnesses
  • Reporting incidents
  • Remember that in an emergency call the police on 999 before taking any further action. Be cautious intervening if there is any risk of harm to you or the people in your care.

Who to contact to report antisocial behaviour

You can report antisocial behaviour by visiting your local safer neighbourhood team

If you are a housing association tenant contact your landlord. Details are available in your tenancy booklet.

If you are a tenant of Hounslow Housing please contact the customer services team on 0208 583 2000 (pick from the options) or the neighbourhood wardens hotline on 020 8583 4141. Wardens can be contacted between 3pm and 10pm every day.

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