What is ant-social behaviour?

It is something which is caused, or likely to cause, harassment, alarm, or distress to others. Anti-social behaviour can involve nuisance, harassment or abuse and criminal activity. 

“During 2016-17, Durham Police Constabulary saw a rise in the number of crimes reported by 10,000, a 28% increase on the year prior

Dealing with anti-social behaviour

How your case is dealt with will depend upon the severity of it. If it is considered severe, we will signpost you to contact the local police department.

Reporting anti-social behaviour

You can either report this to your support worker or by contacting the Moving On office via 0191 383 1559. If it is an emergency, particularly outside of office hours (we operate Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm), you must call the police on 999