Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
In line with social distancing advice and to protect residents and staff the Council has taken the decision to close the Council offices to the public until further notice.
Whilst the offices are closed to visitors, our operating hours remain unchanged.
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Castle Point Council works with Essex Police, the Local Community Safety Partnership, that includes a range of organisations and groups, together with residents and businesses to tackle anti-social behaviour.
What is Anti-social Behaviour?
Anti-social behaviour is a broad term used to describe the day to day incidents of crime, nuisance and disorder that make many people’s lives a misery – from litter and vandalism, to public drunkenness or aggressive dogs, to noisy or abusive neighbours.
There are many factors which on their own or in combination can constitute anti-social behaviour as defined above. The following are some of the most common;
Misuse of Public Space
- Using, dealing and buying drugs on the street
- Anti-social Street Drinking
- Abandoned Cars; and
- Vehicle related nuisance
Disruption of Community/Personal Well-being
- Certain noise nuisance
- Rowdy & Nuisance behaviour
- Hoax calls
- Animal related problems
- Misuse of Fire works and fireworks being set off late at night
Acts Directed at People
- Racist or homophobic abuse
- Criminal Damage/Vandalism/Graffiti