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Rowdy and inconsiderate behaviour can cause distress to other people and can stop them from using public spaces.

This behaviour can include drinking, urinating on the streets, intimidating passers-by, shouting, swearing and hooliganism.

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Victim/Witness
Kids are playing ball games near my house
Children are playing ball games near your house or on a piece of grass which says "no ball games" on it
People are drinking in the street
A group of people are drinking and may be being rowdy in a street near you
Kids are loitering in my street
Kids are loitering around a street near you
People are using abusive language in the street
People near you are using abusive language such as swearing
Your situation
The behaviour has happened more than once
This isn't the first time this rowdy or inconsiderate behaviour has happened
There is a pattern to the behaviour
There are regular dates and times when it takes place
I feel I've been targeted through the behaviour
You feel that people are deliberately targeting you with their behaviour
I already have a reference number for a similar incident
You already have an ASB non-crime number related to this or a similar incident