Find a home
- Homes for rent
- Buy a home
- Shops to let
Homes in development
- Darlington homes in development
- Durham homes in development
- Hartlepool homes in development
- Middlesbrough homes in development
- Newcastle homes in development
- Northumberland homes in development
- North Yorkshire homes in development
- Redcar and Cleveland homes in development
- Stockton homes in development
- Developments recently completed
- Open house event
- Private landlord homes
- Self service website
- Paying rent
- Report it
- Find out
- Advice and support
- Get involved
Services for all
- Supported living
Care and support
- Support for young people
- Support for families
- Support for ex-offenders
- Domestic abuse support
- Support for tenants
- Employment support
- Homelessness support
- About us
- Contact us
Examples of anti-social behaviour include:
- loud noise or music from neighbours
- offensive behaviour
- drug dealing and drug use
- dog barking
- violence including domestic abuse
- hate crime
- harassment or threatening behaviour.
Tackling anti-social behaviour
If the problem isn’t too serious, you could have a friendly word with the person causing the problem, explain what’s troubling you and ask if they can change or stop what they’re doing.
If you’re worried or afraid of approaching the person or the problem continues, get in touch with us using the contacts below or complete the form on this page.
You should contact the police to report incidents of criminal behaviour such as damage to property, assault, violence, threats of violence, burglary, drug dealing etc. Call the non-emergency police number on 101 or 999 for emergencies or report to Crimestoppers.
Report anti-social behaviour incidents to us at:
- Find out about our process to deal with anti-social behaviour
- Find out about action we can take to tackle anti-social behaviour
- Find a copy of our anti-social behaviour leaflet.pdf
- Link to Cleveland Connected information sharing.
Anti-social behaviour reporting form
You can use this form to report anti-social behaviour.
You don’t have to give us your contact details but we won’t be able to discuss or tell you what’s happening with the issue if we don’t have your details.