Reporting antisocial behaviour

Our aim is to improve lives in Oldham

This can be achieved by creating places where people treat each other with respect, consideration and behave in a way that is socially acceptable.

We want our tenants and communities to be proud of the area where you live.

You can help by

  • Keeping to your tenancy conditions and in particular being considerate towards your neighbours

  • Be responsible and accountable for the behaviour of family members and visitors

  • Take responsibility for solving minor disagreements and show consideration for different lifestyles

  • Treat all our employees, contractors and anyone working on our estates with respect

What is antisocial behaviour?

The term describes a wide range of unacceptable behaviours that can affect the quality of life of people living, visiting or working in Oldham, including:

  • Verbal abuse, harassment, intimidation or threatening behaviour

  • Hate related incidents

  • Domestic violence and abuse

  • Household noise due to everyday living

  • One off parties

  • Cooking odours or smells

  • Children playing

  • People being rude or disagreeable

  • Using, storing or dealing drugs

  • Vandalism and property damage

  • Persistent noise

How we deal with antisocial behaviour

Reported incidents which involve violence, threats of violence or hate crime will be given a Category 1 status and we will respond within 1 working day.  These cases will be managed by our Community Legal Service.

All other incidents will be given a Category 2 status and will be responded to within 5 working days.