Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is persistent behaviour which causes you to feel alarmed, frightened or distressed.

Examples of Anti-social behaviour include:

  • Vandalism that is linked to threatening and / or offensive behaviour
  • Graffiti linked to threatening and / or offensive behaviour
  • Buying drugs on the street
  • Drinking on the street
  • Threatening or drunken behaviour
  • Setting off fireworks late at night
  • Off road motor bikes

Advice and support

The best thing to do is keep a note of when and where these incidents are happening, making sure you include any descriptions of people or vehicles involved.

How to report anti-social behaviour

Contacting Merseyside Police

In an emergency always call 999.

Merseyside Police are also available 24/7 to deal with your non-emergency reports & enquiries. If you wish to contact Merseyside Police, for non-emergencies please call 101 or use the following social media channels:

Facebook : Merseyside Police CC
Twitter: @MerpolCC
Instagram: MerpolCC

Alternatively, you can report anti-social to your registered social landlord, who will also provide support and advice.