We are one of many organisations responsible for, and playing an active role in addressing anti-social behaviour. These organisations include the Police, Public Health and Housing, Social Services, Support Providers, Councillors and resident groups. Amongst other activities, we attend monthly forums where the agencies meet to discuss cases and agree collaborative approaches to resolving problems. We are also a member of the Western Suffolk Community Safety Partnership working strategically to tackle criminal and anti-social behaviour across the region.
Reporting criminal behaviour
We are not always the lead agency in taking enforcement action, for example the Police will take the lead in investigating criminal behaviour.
If you have suspicions of criminal behaviour in the community or in a property, you can report incident to Crime Stoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or online here
If you are a victim of crime yourself, or experiencing harassment you should contact the Police on 101 (non emergencies), or 999 for emergencies.
After you have reported the matter to the Police, you can let us know about the problem so that we can liaise with the Police, by emailing myarea@Havebury.com or by calling the Tenancy and Estates Team on 0300 3300 900 and providing the crime or incident reference number.
Frequently asked questions
Here are some FAQ’s we get asked about anti-social behaviour, just click on the relevant question to find out the answer.