Report anti-social behaviour
Anti-social behaviour can be:
- Personal and community anti-social behaviour
- Abandoned vehicles
- Dog fouling
- Fly tipping
- Dropped litter
- Grot spots
- Stray dogs
- Noise nuisance
- Problems in licensed premises
What can the police do?
Lancashire Constabulary is responsible for:
- anti social behaviour in public areas
- rowdy and inconsiderate behaviour
- under-age drinking
- dogs dangerously out of control
- verbal abuse
- hate incidents
- vehicle nuisance
They provide the only 24 hour response service for anti social behaviour.
Contact the police
Neighbourhood Policing Team direct contact numbers are on the Lancashire Constabulary website. Type in your postcode to find the mobile number of your community beat manager and Police Community Support Officer.
Your neighbourhood website will also have the date, time and location of the next Police and Community Together meeting where you can raise anti-social behaviour issues.
Registered Social Landlords can deal with anti social behaviour of all types. The key providers in Pendle are:
- Together Housing
- Accent North West
- St Vincent's Housing Association
- Your Housing Group
- Muir Group
- Space New Living
- Places for People
Smile Mediation provides specialist mediation in East Lancashire. It is an independent group providing a non-confrontational approach to resolving a range of disputes including neighbour disputes. it need not involve face to face contact unless the parties want to do this.