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
- 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:
- abandoned vehicles
- anti-social behaviour involving dogs
- fly-tipping and fly-posting (unless you are witnessing fly-tipping, in which case dial 999)
- noise nuisance
- smoke from a bonfire
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:
- Report anti-social behaviour of a Vivid Homes tenant
- Report anti-social behaviour of a Home Group tenant
- Report anti-social behaviour of an a2 Dominion tenant
- Report anti-social behaviour of a Clarion Housing Association tenant
- Report anti-social behaviour of a Thames Valley Housing Association tenant
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.
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.