How to Report an Anti-Social Behavior in UK

Updated on Thursday 22nd November 2018

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The disruptive acts or activities which are made to harm someone or a community are considered anti-social behaviors and are punished in the UK. Persons found in this situation are advised to report the anti-social behaviors to the authorities. Our criminal defence solicitors in London can provide you with legal support and guidance in this matter. The same team can represent you in the court of law if you have been accused of serious crimes in the UK.

Report an anti-social behavior to the police

Individuals who are intentionally harmed by others with anti-social behaviors in a persistent manner should report such conduct to the police who can act against them. These kinds of behaviors usually involve young people, but also adults in certain environments. Once you have been treated in an unsuitable manner, you have the right to report the anti-social behavior to the police and request a solution in this matter. The report to the police involves a declaration where details about the accused person and his/her conduct must be described. The authorities in charge can issue anti-social behavior orders for individuals who use racism, verbal aggression or violence against others.  On the other hand, persons who have been accused of anti-social conducts and consider such charges unfair should seek legal advice from our criminal solicitors in London

Types of anti-social behaviors

According to the Anti-Social Behavior, Crime and Policing Act 2014,  an anti-social behavior is described as an acting made by persons with the purpose of causing harm to others, where personal or public safety is exposed. The anti-social behavior is related to:

•    racism;
•    verbal and non-verbal violence;
•    sexism;
•    aggressive behavior against others;
•    property destruction;
•    graffiti;
•    drinking under age.

We remind that any type of anti-social conduct needs to be reported to the police who can act in accordance with the law in such cases. Our criminal solicitors in London are able to offer legal guidance for individuals who want to report an anti-social behavior in the UK.

What is an ASBO?

An ASBO (anti-social behavior order) is a restriction order issued by the court of law in the UK against persons to whom such conduct has been reported to the police. Persons can receive an ASBO with a validity of two years if found guilty of misconducts and complaints in this matter have been made.

Please get in touch with our criminal defence solicitors in London who can legally guide you if you want to report an anti-social behavior in UK.