Anti-social behaviour / Prohibited conduct
We want to make sure that our tenants feel safe in their homes and we will not tolerate anti-social behaviour/ prohibited conduct
What is anti-social behaviour/prohibited conduct?
We want to make sure that our tenants feel safe in their homes and we will not tolerate anti-social behaviour/prohibited conduct.
By law, anti-social behaviour (ASB) is defined as
“Acting in a way that causes or could cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more persons not of the same household.” (Crime & Disorder Act 1998)
Here are some examples of anti-social behaviour/prohibited conduct.
- vandalism, graffiti or fly tipping
- noise nuisance
- intimidating or threatening behaviour
- verbal abuse
- racial harassment
- vehicle crime
- firework misuse
- yobbish behaviour and intimidating groups
This is not a full list and other types of behaviour can be classed as ASB.
Any form of harassment, verbal or physical abuse will be considered as serious actions. We cannot accept any form of anti-social behaviour/prohibited conduct in our homes.
What can Grŵp Cynefin do?
If you make a complaint, we will do our best to help; this is our commitment to you.
We have a leaflet to explain the steps you should take and a simple checklist for you to follow.
For a copy, contact Cyswllt Cynefin
Would you like to monitor noise levels? Download our app.
Get in touch
Do you want to let us know about anti-social behaviour / prohibited conduct?