Report anti-social behaviour within a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO)

Status message

Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) are legal tools introduced in the United Kingdom under the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014. They are designed to give local authorities the power to address and prevent specific types of anti-social behaviour in public spaces. These include, but are not limited to, urinating, begging, and drinking. Currently there are 3 places within Barking and Dagenham that has Public Spaces Protection Orders in place. These are:

Please note that the Community Safety Enforcement team is not an emergency service and any crime that you witness must be reported to the Police by calling 999. Please note, whilst we try to attend to complaints of Anti-Social Behaviour within the Public Spaces Protection Orders as fast as we can, our officers have other tasks to attend to and as such they spread their time accordingly and endeavour to attend each one. This means it may take longer than expected to attend to a complaint depending on their workload. Please submit much detail as possible, including any photographic evidence.

Which PSPO area is the issue happening
Please include a postcode if you know it, or a landmark, e.g. outside the post office
Maximum 5 files.
5 MB limit.
Allowed types: gif, jpg, jpeg, png.
By clicking the submit button, you agree to the information you provide on this form being processed in line with our data protection policy.