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Anti-social behaviour covers a wide range of unacceptable activity that causes harm to you, your community or your environment.
It can cause significant fear & distress to local communities & is treated seriously by all local agencies in St.Helens.

Although there are a number of types of anti-social behaviour, the ones which cause the most problems at this time of year, can be identified and then reported by whether they are Environmental Offences or Criminal Offences - both can be reported & dealt with in different ways. 

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Environmental ASB

Is nuisance behaviour which damages your neighbourhood:

  • General vandalism
  • General graffiti, such as 'tagging'
  • Dog Fouling
  • Abandoned vehicles
  • Unkempt gardens, rubbish dumping
  • Littering
  • Rowdy & noisy neighbours

 

 

Report to St.Helens Council or your registered social landlord. 

Online: sthelens.gov.uk/reportaproblem
(if you haven't registered before you can create an account, or report anonymously)
Council App:   sthelens.gov.uk/digitalservices 
(to download the app search St.Helens Council on Google Play, Iphone App Store or Blackberry App World)
Call us:  01744 676789
(Contact Centre opening hours, Monday to Friday 9:00am till 5:00pm)

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 Criminal ASB

Is crime which is also included in definitions of anti-social behaviour:

  • Vandalism that is linked to threatening and/or offensive behaviour
  • Graffiti linked to threatening and/or offensive behaviour (e.g.: involving racism or other hate crimes)
  • Buying drugs on the street
  • Drinking on the street
  • Threatening or drunken behaviour
  • Setting off fireworks late at night
  • Off-road motor vehicles

 

Report to Merseyside Police

Online: merseyside.police.uk
Facebook: Merseyside Police Contact Centre Facebook
Twitter: @MerPolCC
CALL:

101 (non emergency)
999 (emergency situation)

 

If you don't want to provide your information, you can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on: 0800 555 111 


 

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 REMEMBER: An emergency is something that demands an immediate response, for example: 

  • A crime is happening now
  • People are injured
  • People are being threatened or are in danger
  • The offender is still there or is nearby

Merseyside Police aims to respond to all calls concerning anti-social behaviour appropriately, & will inform you about their response time.