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Home security - anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour from neighbours or other people can be stressful and frightening. Anti-social behaviour can include:

  • loud noise
  • verbal abuse, intimidation or harassment
  • vandalism, property damage and graffiti
  • animal nuisance
  • rowdy or inconsiderate behaviour
  • dumping rubbish

It is a good idea to keep a record of incidents. Make a note of what happened, when it occurred and who was involved. This may help when making a complaint so you have a clear record of what anti-social behaviour has taken place.

Reporting anti-social behaviour

Report anti-social behaviour

Race hate crime

Dorset Race Equality Council can help you if you have been a victim of race hate.

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