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More information about the lockdown can be found on our Covid-19 advice pages

Report anti-social behaviour

Examples of anti-social behaviour include nuisance neighbours, excess noise, vandalism, graffiti, yobbish behaviour, intimidating gatherings of people, as well as littering, fly-tipping, dog fouling and abandoned cars.

Report anti-social behaviour

Fill in the relevant online form below to report anti-social behaviour to us.

Anti-social behaviour review

If you have reported three or more separate, but related, anti-social behaviour incidents in the last six months, you can ask the Safer Waverley Partenrship to review your case through a process called the Community Trigger.

Dog fouling

We can deal with reports of significant amounts of dog fouling at a location, and can also offer stickers for street furniture. Please report it online.

Anti-social behaviour on Council land

If you are a housing tenant or are experiencing anti-social behaviour in relation to housing tenants, see How we deal with Anti-social behaviour on Council land.

Serious incidents

Serious incidents which are acts of a criminal nature should be passed directly to Surrey Police.

Telephone: 101 or 01483 571212

 For emergencies telephone: 999

More information

Find out how anti-social behaviour is tackled in Surrey at 

Get independent advice on tackling anti-social behaviour at 

Page owner: Vanessa de Chazal. Last updated: 10/03/2020 09:54

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