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Anti-social Behaviour - How Do I Report ASB

Birmingham City Council is equipped to deal with reports of anti-social behaviour across the city and all reports will be dealt with in the strictest confidence. To report a specific type of anti-social behaviour quicklyeasily and online, simply click a heading below:

  • Aggressive begging
    Birmingham City Council can investigate and take action through its Anti-social Behaviour Teams.
  • Arson
    Including vehicle arson, should be reported to the fire service (if the fire is still burning) or the police. However, Birmingham City Council can investigate and take action through its Anti-Social Behaviour Teams.
  • Assault
    Birmingham City Council can investigate and take action through its Anti-social Behaviour Teams.
  • Criminal Damage
    Criminal damage is defined as deliberately or recklessly destroying or damaging someone else’s home, building, vehicle or other items.
  • Gangs
    People often find it intimidating and may sometimes feel threatened when large groups of youths gather in public spaces. You can report any sort of gang crime to the police (101) or call Crimestoppers (0800 555 111).
  • Hate Crime
    If there is an immediate danger please contact the Police. However, Birmingham City Council can investigate and take action through its Anti-Social Behaviour Teams.
  • Illegal / under-age sales
    The sale of illegal goods should be reported to Her Majesties Revenue and Customs Service. The sale of goods to people who are too young to buy them should be reported to the Birmingham City Council Trading Standards team.
  • Misuse of fireworks
    If there is an immediate danger please contact the Fire Service on 999. However, Birmingham City Council can investigate and take action through its Anti-Social Behaviour teams.
  • Neighbour Nuisance
    Birmingham City Council works with partner agencies to investigate and tackle issues of nuisance neighbours causing problems.
  • Noise nuisance
    Noise nuisance can be reported to the Birmingham City Council anti-social behavioural teams or Environmental Health depending on the type of noise.
  • Prostitution / kerb crawling
    This issue should be reported to the police. However, Birmingham City Council can investigate and take action through its Anti-social Behaviour Teams.
  • Running a business from home
    Running a business from home often requires planning permission. This link outlines some of the requirements and problems and gives further advice for Council tenants.
  • Stolen property
    If you know of someone who is storing or selling stolen property, please contact the police.
  • Vehicle nuisance
    You can report instances of vehicle nuisance including joyriding/car cruising.

For more information or to download a copy of our leaflet: Anti-Social Behaviour: Help and advice for residents in Birmingham click here.

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