Report Anti Social Behaviour

Before you complete this form, please check the Anti social behaviour page for links to other types of commonly reported anti social behaviour forms.

Please note that any incident form completed will only be accessed by officers during office hours (Monday - Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm). A member of the Community Safety team will be in touch within two working days.

Should you require an immediate or urgent response always contact Herts Police on 999 or 101. Otherwise a member of the Community Safety team will be in touch within two working days.

If you are unable to use this form, please see our Contact Us (this link opens in a new window) for ways of getting in touch

Red asterisk denotes a required answer.

Incident Details

More details of incident i.e. person responsible, what occured, what effect this had on you
If yes, please provde more details

Contact Details

Thank you for reporting this issue.  It would be helpful if you could provide contact details below in case we need further information but you are not obliged to. 

Data Protection

This notice tells you how the council uses your personal information when you report anti-social behaviour.

We currently collect personal information directly from you. This information may include your contact details and personal identifiers and we do so for the purpose mentioned above.

We may share your information with other council departments and/or outside partners to process your request as effectively as possible.

Under the UK General Protection Regulation (GDPR), the lawful basis we rely on for processing your information is your consent and you can revoke this at any time by contacting We are also required to collect this information as part of our legal obligation under the Crime & Disorder Act 1998, Children Act 2004, Care Act 2014 and ASB Crime & Policing Act 2014,

Your information will be retained in line with our retention Schedule and for more information on retention or your data subject rights, including how to contact us about them or anything else, please see our Corporate Privacy Notice.