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To report an incident of antisocial behaviour, contact police on the non-emergency telephone number 101.
If you encounter antisocial behaviour in your area, you can contact our antisocial behaviour officers.
We have four antisocial behaviour officers. They are:
During normal office hours, you can also contact us on 028 9027 0469 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have eight neighbourhood officers who target areas with high levels of antisocial behaviour. These officers work Monday to Thursday (2pm to 10pm) and Friday and Saturday (4.30pm to midnight).
Their role is to:
Our park wardens tackle antisocial behaviour (ASB) in our parks. They patrol the parks at peak times to deal with issues like littering, dog fouling and drinking.
For more information on our park wardens, email email@example.com or call us on 028 9091 8767.
If the person carrying out the behaviour is a Housing Executive tenant, you can contact them on 0344 892 0900. For more information visit the NIHE website (link opens in new window).
If the person carrying out the behaviour is tenant in housing association accommodation, contact their housing association.
If your complaint concerns children, older people or those with a mental illness, contact Belfast Health and Social Care Trust on 028 9056 5656 for further guidance. For more information visit the BHSCT website (link opens in new window).
If you complain to any of these agencies about their service and you are not satisfied with their response, you can contact the Northern Ireland Public Services Ombudsman (link opens in new window) on 0800 343 424.