Use this form to report anti-social behavior to us.


Anti-social behaviour is unreasonable conduct that causes nuisance or annoyance to other people and interferes with their right to quiet enjoyment of their home.

Our anti-social behaviour page has information about how we deal with reports of anti-social behaviour.

You might also like to see our noise and light nuisance page which has advice about dealing with problems with intrusive lights and neighbour noise.

If you or someone else is in immediate danger, or if a crime is in progress, call the police on 999 (if the crime is not an emergency call the police on 101).

Please don't use this form to make a request under the Freedom of Information Act, use the Freedom of Information request form.

When you have completed the form, click the Submit button at the bottom of the page.

About you and your home

* Name
* Address
* Town
* County
* Post Code
* Telephone Number (during office hours)
Email Address
How would you like us to contact you?
* What type of property do you live in?
If you rent your home, who is your landlord?

About the anti-social behaviour

Please explain the problems you are experiencing, such as “my neighbour is playing loud music late at night” or “local children keep banging on my windows.”
* Enquiry Details
* How is this behaviour affecting you and your family?
* Please give the name and address of the person causing the problem, if you know it.
* When did the problems begin happening?
If you have reported this problem to us before, please tell us when.
Chesterfield Borough Council is committed to protecting your privacy when you use our services. We will use the information you provide in this form to respond to the issue you have raised, or provide the requested service.

In order to do this, we may need to share your information with third parties.

We may also share your information with other public sector bodies where we have a statutory requirement to do so, including sharing information for crime and taxation purposes and fraud prevention.

For more information about how we handle your information, see our main privacy notice and the Community Safety Partnership privacy notice.