ASBIT Anti-Social Behaviour Investigation Team.
1st floor, Frederick Street Centre
Aberdeen AB24 5HY
Tel: 01224 219450/0845 606 6548
Antisocial behaviour is acting in a manner that causes or is likely to cause alarm and distress. Noisy neighbours, threats and disorder are examples of anti social behaviour. If you are having issues like these you can contact the ASBIT team.
Aberdeen AB10 1ZA
Tel: 0845 600 5700
Report a crime call 101
Emergency call 999
One of the most important things you can do to improve your community is to report anti-social behaviour through the right channels.
The easiest and most effective way to make us aware of the incidents is to contact your local community police who have the necessary local knowledge to deal with the particular issues in your area.
We work in partnership with local councils, housing associations and partner organisations to tackle issues of anti-social behaviour. There are lots of options available to deal with this, from mediation or voluntary acceptable behaviour contracts to anti-social behaviour orders or formal court proceedings. We will assess any reports we received and either deal with them directly or, where appropriate, refer to one of our partner agencies.
41 Regent Quay
Aberdeen AB11 5BE
Tel; 01224 622478
Victim Support Scotland is the lead voluntary organisation in Scotland helping people affected by crime. It provides emotional support, practical help and essential information to victims, witnesses and others affected by crime. The service is free, confidential and is provided by volunteers through a network of community based victim and youth justice services and court based witness services.
Minority Ethnic Outreach
Tenants First Housing (part of the Sanctuary Group)
2 Donside Village Square
Aberdeen AB24 2PL
Tel: 01224 283 500
The project was set up to: help ethnic communities to articulate their housing needs and options available to them, promote knowledge of existing housing services to minority ethnic communities and how to access such services, encourage applications and uptake from minority ethnic communities, support and provide informed advice/information on benefit entitlement and to develop advocacy service for individuals/families of minority ethnic communities.
Grec (Grampian Racial Equality Council Ltd)
41 Union Street
Aberdeen AB11 5BN
Tel: 01224 595505
Grec provides a range of confidential services which include, casework, counselling, employability, gypsy traveller work, health link workers, in-trans, mediation, NESEN (northeast Scotland equalities network), PIMR (prejudice incidents monitoring and reporting), promoting respect, teamwork against prejudice incidents.