What’s Anti-Bullying Week?
Anti-Bullying Week aims to raise awareness of bullying of children and adults and highlight ways of preventing and responding to it. This year, the theme for Anti-Bullying Week is ‘one kind word’. If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that little acts of kindness and consideration can break down barriers and brighten the lives of the people around us. You can find out more about Anti-Bullying Week on the Anti-bullying Alliance website.
How can I report anti-social behaviour (ASB)?
The easiest and fastest way to report ASB is online using your My Account. If you don’t have an account, you can set one up in just a few minutes. You can also get in touch with our friendly Customer Contact Centre if you’d rather speak to someone about the incident you’re reporting. Visit our help page for more information.
What can I report as ASB?
ASB includes anything that harms you, your family, or your community in some way. It’s usually aggressive or destructive and leaves you feeling threatened, unsafe or stressed. You can find examples of ASB on our website.
What if I feel I’m being harassed?
If someone is threatening, intimidating or insulting you regularly, that’s harassment. If you’re being harassed by someone in your community, you should report it to us or to the police. You can find out more about what to do if you’re being harassed on our website.