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Anti-social behaviour

Report Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is dealt with by a number of different organisations.  

Use the ASB Help Act Now interactive guide to find out who to report your issue to.

The police deal with:

  • breach of COVID restrictions
  • anti-social use of vehicles
  • rowdy and nuisance behaviour
  • street drinking and anti-social drinking
  • begging
  • criminal damage/vandalism
  • drug dealing
  • misuse of airguns and inappropriate use of fireworks

You can report the above anti-social behaviour to police online, via social media or by calling 101 (999 in an emergency)

Guildford Borough Council deal with: 

You can report the above anti-social behaviour by clicking the links. 

Social Housing Providers deal with:

  • noisy tenants
  • tenants committing anti-social behaviour

If you are a Guildford Borough Council housing tenant, or the anti-social behaviour is being committed by a Guildford Borough Council housing tenant, then you can find out more about how to contact your housing officer by visiting our housing pages.

If you are a Housing Association tenant, or the anti-social behaviour is being committed by a Housing Association tenant, then you can find out more about how to report the issue on your Housing Association website.

Some of the larger Housing Associations in the area include:

Surrey County Council deal with:

  • hedges and highways
  • street lighting
  • adult or child safeguarding concerns

You can report the above concerns to Surrey County Council online at Surrey County Council's website

Community trigger

If you have made reports regarding an anti-social behaviour problem but the issue hasn't been resolved, you may be able to apply for a community trigger.