Our Joint Enforcement Team (JET) works across Mole Valley to help combat anti-social behaviour and low-level crime in the district.
Report Anti-social behaviour quickly online
You can report ASB to us using the forms below. Reasonable activity, such as children playing, everyday DIY (unless at unreasonable times), groups of young people in the street or in parks is not ASB (unless they are being rowdy, abusive, causing damage or other crime).
Anti-Social Behaviour and Coronavirus
The JET is continuing to operate at this time. Please be aware that current restrictions on movement mean that we cannot get out and about as freely to investigate reports. We also will not be conducting any home visits at the moment. Please make sure when making reports that you provide a telephone number for us to call you.
The Police are able to deal with any incidents where there are gatherings of more than 2 people, as this is not allowed under current Government measures to control the spread of Coronavirus. If you witness anyone breaking current restrictions for social distancing, then please contact the Police at the time that the incident is happening on 101.
Criminal activity should always be reported directly to the police - follow the internet link, or call 999 if you or someone else is in immediate danger, or if the crime is happening right now.
Thank you for your patience.
For other ASB including littering, community ASB such as nuisance neighbours, and ASB in parks and open spaces, please report it via the following link:
Contact the Environmental Health team if you are being affected by noise and noisy neighbours/businesses, loud music, bonfires and fireworks, or dogs.
Other ASB which is dealt with by the Police includes crimes such as damaging property, graffiti, taking drugs in public, vehicle nuisance or inappropriate use, drunken, rowdy or threatening behaviour.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org, call us on 01306 885001 or speak to one of the JET in person when you see them out and about. In an emergency, always dial 999 and in a non-emergency incident, dial 101 to speak to the Police.
You can also follow the JET on Facebook.