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Anti-Social Behaviour / Ymddygiad Gwrthgymdeithasol



Hi Everyone


South Wales Police are working to tackle anti-social behaviour in Park Street/ Taibach Park Following reports of ASB being carried out by youths/ children. CCTV was able to catch the individuals and the school was able to identify the children involved.  ASB letters have been sent out as a warning. 

We will continue to increased patrols around the area and speak with the children and parents involved. 

Anti-social behaviour covers a wide range of unacceptable activity that causes harm to an individual, to their community or to their environment. This could be an action by someone else that leaves you feeling alarmed, harassed, or distressed. It also includes fear of crime or concern for public safety, public disorder, or public nuisance.


Examples of anti-social behaviour include:


  • Nuisance, rowdy or inconsiderate neighbours
  • Vandalism, graffiti, and flyposting
  • Street drinking
  • Environmental damage including littering, dumping of rubbish and abandonment of cars
  • Prostitution related activity
  • Fireworks misuse
  • Inconsiderate or inappropriate use of vehicles
  • The police, local authorities, and other community safety partner agencies, such as Fire & Rescue and social housing landlords, all have a responsibility to deal with anti-social behaviour and to help people who are suffering from it.




    Note down all instances of ASB so you can report it to us or one of our partners.

    Make sure you report to the right organisation. (More info here: Police or partners: Who should I contact? | South Wales Police (south-wales.police.uk)

    If you’ve reported persistent anti-social behaviour to the right organisation and you haven’t had an adequate response, you can request an ASB case review to find a solution: Community Trigger 2020 – ASB Case Review

    You can now report ASB happening in your neighbourhood to us via our online reporting system: Report antisocial behaviour | South Wales Police (south-wales.police.uk)

    Online: www.south-wales.police.uk

    Email: swp101@south-wales.police.uk

    Call: 101 (free)

    In an emergency always call 999.



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    Bethan Davies
    (South Wales Police, PCSO , Sandfields)

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