Anti-social behaviour takes many forms, including noisy neighbours, abandoned cars, vandalism, graffiti, litter and intimidating groups. It can make you feel humiliated, isolated within your community or fear for your safety, and can badly affect your mental health.
There is no reason for you to live with anti-social behaviour, and help and support is available. If you are concerned you can report it anonymously to the police or your local anti-social behaviour unit. Your complaint will be investigated. This could result in formal proceedings or you may want to use mediation.