Report anti-social behaviour

What can I report to Tendring District Council?

You can report the following via our general report form:

  • Abandoned cars
  • Litter / Rubbish
  • Fly-tipping

Information about reporting noise complaints can found on our Noise page.

For all other anti-social behaviour issues, including those below, please use the anti-social behaviour report form:

  • Uncontrolled animals
  • Nuisance from cars / bikes etc
  • Fly-posting
  • Vandalism
  • Graffiti
  • Street drinking
  • Begging

What should I report to the Police?

We cannot deal with the following issues, however they can be reported to the Police using their online reporting service

  • Criminal damage
  • Hoax calls to emergency services
  • Intimidation / harassment
  • Drug / substance misuse and dealing
  • Prostitution
  • Kerb Crawling

Many people here worry a lot about crime and anti-social behaviour, but Tendring is actually one of the safest places to live in Essex.

An alternative option to report anti-social behaviour is to call our anti-social behaviour reporting answerphone on 01255 686359 or email ASB@tendringdc.gov.uk, please include as much detail in the email as possible, eg location, date, time etc.

If you are reporting Anti Social behaviour on Council land or in a Council property please email HousingASB@tendringdc.gov.uk

Last updated on: 14/10/2016 - 14:26