Anti-social behaviour seems to be an unfortunate by-product of living in close proximity to other people. Most of your neighbours will be considerate towards your rights, but some may either be unaware that they are causing a problem or deliberately anti-social.
It is important to remember that OBMS Ltd have very little legal power when dealing with anti-social behaviour. Complaints about unacceptable behaviour must come directly from you, the tenant, if the council or police is to take action. We cannot be involved as a third party.
Examples of anti-social behaviour can include:
- Harassment and intimidation
- Verbal abuse and threatening behaviour
- Criminal damage
- Dog fouling
- Fly tipping, littering or storage of rubbish in gardens
- Noise nuisance
- Racist/homophobic abuse
- Under age drinking or smoking
- Vehicle nuisance, including abandoned vehicles
- Violence/threat of violence and/or assault
(Taken from the Northampton Borough Council website)
It is important to keep a log/diary of any incidents of anti-social behaviour including times, dates, the nature of the incidence and, if known, the identity of the offender.
Please click on your location to see more information about anti-social behaviour and how to report it:
Please be advised to call 999 in an emergency or 101 in a non-emergency.
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