Tackling Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) is a priority for the Council and the Safer Monmouthshire Group (SMG). Together, we are committed to reducing the impact ASB has on our communities.
ASB covers a wide range of unacceptable activity that affects the quality of life of many people. These persistent behaviours can include littering, dog fouling, and "kids hanging around" to noisy neighbours, alcohol-fuelled rowdy behaviour, harassment and vandalism.
Where ASB has an adverse effect on places, we will:
- Support victims of persistent ASB
- Target key neighbourhoods and communities affected by ASB
- Deal swiftly and effectively with perpetrators of ASB
How to Report Anti-Social Behaviour
To report ASB to Gwent Police contact 101, or in cases of an emergency dial 999.
You can also report community issues of ASB to one of our Monmouthshire Community Hubs:
- Abergavenny OSS: Market Hall, Cross Street, Abergavenny, NP7 5HD
- Chepstow Community Hub: Manor Way, Chepstow, NP16 5HZ
- Caldicot Community Hub: Woodstock Way, Caldicot, NP26 5DB
- Monmouth Community Hub: Rolls Hall, Monmouth, NP25 3BY
- Usk Community Hub: 35 Maryport Street, Usk, NP15 1AE
The Monmouthshire Contact Centre can be contacted on 01633 644644.
If the person or persons you are complaining about live in a registered social housing property you should call the relevant organisation who is responsible for addressing ASB:
The Community Trigger was introduced to provide an opportunity for victims of persistent ASB (including hate incidents) to request a multi-agency review of actions taken by agencies when they feel these actions have not been adequate to resolve the ASB.