Anti-social behaviour is any activity that impacts on other people in a negative way, causing harassment, alarm or distress. 

There are number of ways the council and its partners can help. Often matters can be resolved without the need to use any legal powers.

How to report anti-social behaviour

Report anti-social behaviour online:

Report anti-social behaviour

You can also call 0151 606 2020 email neighbour.nuisance@wirral.gov.uk

Lines are open 8.45am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday. An answerphone service is provided out of hours and your call will be returned the following working day.

If you are a tenant of a registered housing provider, please contact them directly.

Out of hours

You can also contact Wirral Community Patrol 24 hours a day to request attendance at an incident of anti-social behaviour on to 0151 666 5265. If you are a tenant of a registered housing provider, please contact them directly.

When to contact the police

If the anti-social behaviour puts you, your family or your property in immediate danger, you should contact Merseyside Police on 999. 

If you have witnessed a crime that isn't an emergency, you can report this to Merseyside Police on social media:

Anti-Social Behaviour Reporting Privacy Notice