Everyone has the right to feel safe in their community and in their home. Nobody
should have to tolerate antisocial behaviour such as noisy neighbours, graffiti,
abusive behaviour or language, or barking dogs.
We work with our partner agencies, such as Police Scotland, Central Scotland Fire
& Rescue and the NHS, to resolve any antisocial behaviour issues.
It is best to report problems early so we can deal with them as quickly as possible.
We will look at and assess each situation on an individual basis.
How to report antisocial behaviour
If you would like to report an issue or get advice, please contact us.
You can report antisocial behaviour 24 hours a day by filling in the "Report antisocial behaviour" form or by calling the Antisocial behaviour reporting line (you do not need to tell us your name).
Other ways to report
If you are a council tenant, please contact your local One Stop Shop/Advice and Support Hub.
Antisocial behaviour can be dealt with by:
More information can be found in our Antisocial Behaviour leaflet:
- Antisocial behaviour leaflet