Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-Social Behaviour

Cambridgeshire Constabulary describes Anti Social behaviour (ASB) as “as any aggressive, intimidating or harmful activity that damages or destroys another person’s quality of life.”

Examples of anti-social behaviour include;

  • rowdy, noisy behaviour
  • night time noise from houses or gardens, particularly between 11pm and 7am
  • threatening and/or drunken behaviour
  • vandalism, graffiti and fly-posting
  • dealing or buying drugs on the streets
  • littering and/or fly-tipping
  • aggressive begging
  • drinking on the street
  • setting off fireworks late at night
  • abandoning cars on the street.

Local Research

As part of our work with the local Community Safety Partnerships we have been commissioned to undertake several reports on Anti-Social Behaviour across the districts in recent years. ASB is not unique to one district in the County so each district has had bespoke reports created or has had the topic of violence featured in a wider strategic assessment.

All of the relevant reports can be found below in the reports section as well as in the document library.

Useful Links and further information

  • For further guidance and advice on how to report Anti Social Behaviour you can visit Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s dedicated page on Anti-Social Behaviour here.

For further guidance regarding reporting ASB by district please use the following links;

Reports