Anti social behaviour
We are aware of increasing misuse of off road bikes, quad bikes and scooters in parts of the Borough and the Council, Solihull Community Housing and Police are working together in order to address the problem.
Solihull Council has been granted a borough-wide ban on motor vehicle racing, covering car-cruises including motor bikes.
You can report any suspicious activity you may have heard or seen which may be of interest to the police.
Confidentially report information online (Public)
Confidentially report information online (Partners)
Any information that may help can also be supplied by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or ring our Antisocial Behaviour Hotline on 0121 717 1500, where you can talk to someone or leave an anonymous voicemail.
Anti social behaviour can cause harassment, alarm or distress and typically includes:
- hate crime (due to race, religion,disability, sexual orientation or transgender identity)
- threats of violence
- domestic violence
- drug production/supply/use/smells
- dangerous dogs
- verbal abuse
- alcohol related nuisance
How to report
If you're experiencing anti social behaviour, you can report this, anonymously if you prefer, by calling our anti social behaviour team on: 0121 717 1500 or sending an email to: email@example.com.
If I complain, what happens next?
- an investigation will take place
- attempts will be made to get the perpetrator to modify their behaviour, this may include them being offered to enter into an Acceptable Behaviour Agreement
- if this fails then court action may be taken to prevent further ASB from occurring which may include an injunction, closure order or a possession order
In addition to any other criminal court action, there may be civil court action to protect the community.
Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014, a new injunction has been introduced to tackle anti-social behaviour. The injunction can be used against anyone over the age of 10 years and for people living in private accommodation and owning their own properties (for any tenure), not just council tenants. If breached, it can result in imprisonment.
If you've already reported anti-social behaviour & have yet to see a resolution to the problem our Community Trigger can help.
The Community Trigger is a victim led initiated process which requires local authorities, the police, housing providers and local health teams to jointly deal with anti-social behaviour.
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Solihull Community Housing