Anti-social behaviour (ASB)
Report anti-social behaviour
You can report anti-social behaviour of any kind to the council. Anti-social behaviour committed by council housing tenants will be dealt with by their anti-social behaviour officer.
If the property is privately owned or rented, or if you are unsure who the landlord is, report the matter to the council's anti-social behaviour team.
How to report ASB
When reporting ASB, it is helpful to provide specific details including:
- What happened?
- Who was involved?
- How often incidents have been occurring?
- Where there any witnesses?
- How you and others were affected?
Anti-social behaviour committed by people in other types of social housing should be reported to them directly. Here are the links to the main social landlords in Nuneaton and Bedworth:
- PA Housing (used to be known as ASRA)
- Friendship Care and Housing
- Midland Heart
Anti-social behaviour in public areas such as parks, shopping centres and car parks should be reported, but may need to be reported to Warwickshire Police at the time it is happening as well as many types of anti-social behaviour can also be dealt with by them.
Last updated Tuesday, 20th December 2022
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