Ipswich Borough Council launch new online form for anti-social behaviour reports

Ipswich residents are now able to report anti-social behaviour (ASB) online, after Ipswich Borough Council launched a new online reporting form.

The online form, which can be accessed on the Council’s website, will provide a single point of contact for all types of anti-social activity.

Once a report is received, it will be reviewed and assigned to the team best equipped to deal with the issue, saving victims from having to speak to more than one person about their case.

Councillor Alasdair Ross, Ipswich Borough Council’s Community Protection portfolio holder, said: “Everyone has the right to live in an area where they feel safe and that’s why we take anti-social behaviour seriously and are committed to preventing, and where possible, resolving cases in an effective manner. This new form will make it easier for residents to report instances to us as and when they happen.”

To report ASB online visit www.ipswich.gov.uk/ReportASB.

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