As warmer weather paves the way for parties and outdoor fun, we're asking residents to respect others, but at the same time remember it’s a “two way street” and consider what constitutes anti-social behaviour, and when to report it.
The aim is to help people understand what anti-social behaviour is and when it is appropriate to report it using the 101 number.
The campaign is run by the Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland Anti-social Behaviour Delivery Group which includes local councils, Leicestershire Police and Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service.
Follow the campaign on Twitter using #SaferSummer and watch out for posters and any acitivities from our partners in your local area.
If the incident is a non-emergency you can contact Leicestershire Police by calling 101, or alternatively you can use the link https://leics.police.uk/contact-us to report an incident using the relevent category. In an emergency always call 999.
Crimestoppers - provide information on crime anonymously Call 0800 555 111
Fire safety concerns visit: Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service or call 0116 287 2241
To report litter, graffiti, fly tipping, other environmental issues and anti-social behaviour in the city area, call Leicester City Council on 0116 454 1000.
Each district council can also be contacted for the issues - follow the links further down the page for more information on reporting these in your area.
Leicester domestic abuse helpline 0300 123 0918
Leicestershire, Leicester and Rutland sexual violence helpline 0300 333 6533
Leicestershire Domestic Abuse helpline 0300 303 1844
Leicestershire Hate Incident Monitoring Project 0116 305 8263 or complete the Hate Crime reporting form
Local ASB web pages: