Number of common problems effect most communities. Among them are Anti-social behaviour and neighbour disputes, speeding and vehicle nuisance, Parking and abandoned vehicles and hate crime.
Anti-social behaviour and neighbour disputes
Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) and harassment takes many forms – from criminal activity to seemingly minor incidents. They may form part of an ongoing campaign against a person or group.
Speeding and Vehicle Nuisance
Speeding and vehicle nuisance can cause a range of problems for residents and communities. Find out what activities are illegal and how to stop them by contacting police and partner agencies.
Parking and abandoned vehicles
In most cases, abandoned vehicles and nuisance parking is a problem, which is dealt with by the local authority. In some cases, such as illegal parking, the police will become involved.
Hate crimes are targeted at a person because of hostility or prejudice towards a number of characteristics including disability, race or ethnicity, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender identity.