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Security

Everybody has the right to the safe enjoyment of their home or estate, free from harassment and violence, and ZKI will not accept any anti-social behaviour, hate crime or domestic violence on our estates and in our properties .

We will investigate any complaints, support the victims and witnesses, and consider taking action against any resident or their visitors responsible for offending behaviour.

Many forms of anti-social behaviour are crimes and are a breach of the tenancy agreement, which could lead to the offender losing their home.

If a crime has taken place, please ensure you have reported this to the police. If it is an emergency, always dial 999 and ask for the police.

Residents are responsible for the behaviour of everyone living in or visiting their home. This includes behaviour in the proximity of your home as well.

Report an issue online via the link.

TEXT US on 07797 8005 13 or Contact us

USEFUL POLICE CONTACT NUMBERS

CROYDON AREA – USEFUL TELEPHONE NUMBERS
THE TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR THE LOCAL NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICE TEAM IS
0208 649 0213 CROYDON AREA OR 020 8721 2715 – CROYDON AREA

IN AN EMERGENCY YOU CAN ALWAYS DIAL 999.

YOU CAN ALSO NOW REPORT ANY INCIDENT TO THE LOCAL NEIGHBOURHOOD POLICE BY EMAIL: croydonfairfield.snt@met.police.uk


CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR CONTACT INFORMATION IN YOUR AREA


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Anti-social behaviour

Anti-social behaviour (ASB) can range from noisy neighbours to serious harassment. While it is notreasonable to expect complete peace and quiet at all times, we believe that people are entitled to live on our properties free from nuisance and harassment and we take any complaints of such behaviour seriously.

Examples of nuisance behaviour include:

• playing loud music
• using DIY tools at anti-social hours
• banging and slamming doors
• allowing dogs to bark continuously
• dumping rubbish
• breaking shared security systems
• It also includes harassment, when someone deliberately intimidates, frightens or is aggressive to another person.

The nuisance can be can be against an individual or a group – the person causing the disturbance may not be aware that they are annoying others.

ASB can include disagreements between individuals (usually neighbours) and can start over something small and grow into major differences.

We may take legal action which could lead to the offender losing their home. We will report any criminal act to the police.

You can report anti-social behaviour online via the link.

TEXT US on 07797 8005 13 or Contact us

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