Wealden District Council

Anti-social Behaviour

Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) can blight the lives of local residents and although not a large problem in Wealden, agencies work together to tackle it when it occurs. There are also many preventative projects in place organised and run by partners.

If you are experiencing ASB, in the first place you should contact Sussex Police on 101.

The Community Trigger

Under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 a new process has been introduced for people who do not consider that any action has been taken to deal with their complaints about anti-social behaviour or hate crime. Further information can be found on our community trigger webpage.

Wealden District Council Estate Wardens

The Estate Wardens work throughout the district for Wealden's housing department. They are there to maintain community safety for residents on Council housing estates through visible patrols. The Wardens are involved with anti social behaviour, abandoned cars and other housing related problems such as vandalism, fly tipping and graffiti. They help to raise residents' awareness of crime and security. They work closely with the Community Wardens and the Police to help improve the environment and security of Wealden's Housing Estates.

Drop in centres

Clued-up info based in Crowborough, East Sussex is an Information Shop for young people aged between 11 and 25 years. They provide advice and information on any subject. These include education, training and employment, sex and relationships, family problems, justice and equality, health, housing and welfare, money, sport, leisure and travel, mental health and depression, bullying, alcohol and drug awareness, as well as counselling and liaising with other agencies. If they don't know the answer, they guarantee to find out for you!

Call on: 01892 661990   

Hailsham Youth Café (external link)

The Hailsham Youth Café  provides information & support to young people in the Hailsham area. 

Stereos, televisions and radios

Keep the volume to a reasonable level - especially at night.

Avoid putting speakers on party walls, or on the floor in flats.

Cars

Keep music down and the windows closed.
Don't over rev your engine, especially at night. 

In the street

Avoid shouting - especially at night when others will be sleeping.

If you wish to report noise pollution, call the Environmental Protection office on 01323 443555.