Safer Lincolnshire Partnership

Anti-social behaviour

The Safer Lincolnshire Partnership's focus area around anti-social behaviour is neighbourhood anti-social behaviour.

Anti-social behaviour is defined by law as conduct that has caused or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to any person.

  • It covers a range of behaviours such as:
  • abandoned vehicles
  • vehicle nuisance or inappropriate use
  • rowdy or inconsiderate behaviour
  • rowdy or nuisance neighbours
  • littering or drugs paraphernalia
  • animal problems
  • trespassing
  • nuisance calls
  • street drinking
  • noise nuisance
  • begging
  • misuse of fireworks

Read the full definition on the Lincolnshire Police website

If you are a victim of anti-social behaviour and feel there is an immediate risk call 999.

You do not have to put up with anti-social behaviour.

Lincolnshire Police, district councils and housing providers have a range of powers available to them for dealing with anti-social behaviour.

Report nuisance parking

If you are experiencing a problem in relation to parking you can report this to us.

Report nuisance parking