To report anti-social behaviour, contact us on 01773 570222 (Monday-Friday 9am till 4.30pm, Wednesday 10am till 4.30pm) or contact the Police on 101. You can also use our online reporting form.
You can report your concerns either via our website on our online form or call the community safety team on 01773 570222 to receive advice and support to help you decide how to handle the situation.
Within 5 working days of you first contacting us you will receive either verbal or written communication for a member of the team to discuss your issues further.
We will take action depending on the circumstances and how serious the incidents are, for example issuing a fixing penalty notice, acceptable behaviour contract, antisocial behaviour order or dispersal orders. Please see list of enforcement tools.
We will treat all concerns seriously, investigating them promptly and fairly
Amber Valley Community Safety Partnership recognises the huge effect that anti-social behaviour has on communities and therefore has made reducing anti-social behaviour one of its key priorities.
The following list includes the types of behaviour that constitute anti-social behaviour. Click on each heading to find out more.
Drugs / Substance abuse:
Animal related problems:
Intimidation / Harassment:
Can be on the grounds of:
Criminal damage / Vandalism:
Litter / rubbish:
The legal definition of anti-social behaviour contained within the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 is 'conduct that causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person.'
Contact the team directly on 01773 841652 or email email@example.com