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Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-social behaviour is defined as 'Conduct that has caused, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress to any person' under Section 105(4) of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014
Guidance on the law around fireworks, how to stay safe and how to report the misuse of fireworks.
Neighbours parking in your space or across your driveway, and people abandoning vehicles on the street can seem like a matter for the police. However, the first point of contact is very often Lincolnshire County Council (for parking issues). Inconsiderate parking is not Anti-Social Behaviour. Here you can learn more about what constitutes nuisance parking and what to do if it's affecting you.
Information and guidance about aggressive or neglected animals and how to report them
Nuisance noise is any loud or persistent noise that causes you ongoing concern or affects your quality of life. East Lindsey District Council is usually your first point of contact for reporting nuisance noise as this isn't usually a matter for the police. However, if the situation feels like it may get heated or violent as a result of the noise Lincolnshire Police will intervene.
Unsolicited phone calls and knocks at your door can be annoying, but persistent or malicious calls and visits can be unpleasant and even intimidating. Find out below the common types of caller and what you can do about them.
Fly-tipping and littering covers a range of items that people might discard in a public place, from large appliances like fridges to drugs-related paraphernalia like needles and syringes.
Information and guidance about disputes with neighbours
Nuisance behaviour by groups of people, such as drinking alcohol in the street, taking drugs in public places, or trespassing on private property may not be against the law. However, this activity can lead to criminal behaviour and pose a risk to the wider community. Here you can find out the most common types of nuisance behaviour and what you can do about it.
Information on the Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) Case Review, previously known as the Community Trigger, including details on the threshold for a review, the process, and how to apply.
Anti-social use of a vehicle, such as street racing, street cruising or off-road use is more than a matter of noise pollution - though this can be the most noticeable problem. Find out below about the different kinds of vehicle nuisance, their long-term effect on a neighbourhood and what you can do about it.
How the Community Safety Team manages your data
If you are installing CCTV or a Smart Doorbell (e.g. Ring Doorbell) on your property, you need to ensure you are following the regulations and respecting the privacy of your neighbours.
Where a smell, perceived to be caused by illicit substances, from a private address is very unpleasant or persistent and has a serious or detrimental impact on residents the Council may be able to take action to deal with the problem.