Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is any action that causes harassment, alarm or distress to one or more people not of the same household.

It can include a range of problems such as:

  • begging
  • dog fouling
  • fly-tipping
  • fly-posting
  • graffiti
  • hate crime
  • intimidation and harassment
  • littering
  • noise
  • nuisance behaviour
  • street drinking
  • vandalism.

If you are the victim of anti-social behaviour, you should report this to your local police, Barnet Council or your landlord

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