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Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) covers a range of unacceptable behaviour, nuisance and criminal activity, which has a negative effect on the community and the quality of life for residents.

Examples of Anti-social Behaviour include: nuisance neighbours; excessive noise; vandalism; graffiti and intimidating gatherings of people.

Other forms of ASB include: littering; fly-tipping; dog fouling and abandoned vehicles.

The Wardens work closely with the police to help tackle ASB through various means such as: mediation, creating deterrents and even CCTV. They also work closely with Stroud District Council's Tenant Services, to provide support to council tenants, who are victim to incidents of ASB.

You can report an instance of Anti-social Behaviour on the following link:

Report anti-social behaviour