You are responsible for the behaviour of everyone, including children, who lives in or visits your home. This includes how people behave in your home, on surrounding land, in shared areas, in any of our properties and throughout your local community.
We are committed to taking action against tenants who are responsible for anti-social behaviour. We do this by working closely with the police and other agencies to investigate and efficiently tackle anti-social behaviour.
Read our anti-social behaviour policy here: Antisocial behaviour policy [pdf] 80KB
What is anti-social behaviour?
Anti-social behaviour is any activity that impacts on other people in a negative way. We use the definition of anti-social behaviour as per the Crime and Disorder Act 1998:
“Acting in a manner that caused or was likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household as the perpetrator.”
- Racial harassment
- Hate related crime
- Aggressive and threatening behaviour
- Drug/substance misuse and/or dealing
- Intimidation and/or harassment
- Verbal abuse
- Damage or threat of damage to property
- Noise nuisance
- Stalking or unwanted attention
- People congregating in an intimidating way
- Fly-tipping (illegal dumping of rubbish)
- Nuisance caused by pets
- Inconsiderate parking of vehicles
- Abandoned vehicles
Who can help?
Our anti-social behaviour advice pack [pdf] 270KB gives you advice about what you can do to tackle anti-social behaviour. If you are a tenant and you are experiencing anti-social behaviour you can report it in the following ways:
Click Report ASB to report anti-social behaviour. This means that you can log incidents at any time of the day or night. Please log each incident on a separate form.
Once logged, the report will go to an ASB specialist who will respond to you directly. The speed of the initial response will depend on the priority given to your report.
When reporting online please give as much information as possible about the incident including; the date, time, location, details of what happened and how it made you feel.
Incident Report Form
You can download a blank incident report form here Incident report form [pdf] 58KB and send it in to us by post if you do not want to use the online reporting facility. We recommend that you complete a report form for every incident of anti-social behaviour that you witness.
For further information you can contact a member of our specialist Anti-Social Behaviour Team on 01494 476225 or 01494 476100.
Other useful contacts
Thames Valley Police
- Non-emergency 101
- Emergency 999
For issues that may require mediation services:
- Mediation Buckinghamshire - 01494 520821
For advice on domestic violence:
- 24hr National Domestic Violence Helpline – 0808 2000 247
For Citizens Advice:
- High Wycombe Citizen Advice Bureau – 08444 994108
Forced Marriage Unit (Foreign & Commonwealth Office)
- 02070 080151
Broken Rainbow (LGBT Helpline)
- 03009 995428
- 01296 437777 or 07746 667651
Men’s advice line
- 08088 010327
- 01628 625320
Victim Support in Buckinghamshire
- 0845 4503883
Rape Crisis Wycombe, Chiltern, South Bucks
- 01494 462222
Wycombe Woman’s Aid
- 01494 461367
National Centre for Domestic Violence
- 08448 044999