Crime & anti-social behaviour
Find out about gangs, anti-social behaviour and reporting a crime. Info about going to Court, Court Orders and Sentences and the Court System.
This section of the site is being developed. Please check back here again soon.
In the meantime, these websites can provide you with more info about crime:
Childline - info about crime and what to do if someone tries to involve you in a crime or commits a crime against you.
Childline - gang crime and advice about what to do if you're being pressured into joining a gang, being made to do stuff you don't want to do and how to get out of a gang.
Childline - going to court when you've been accused of committing a crime or if you're a witness to a crime.
Report a crime anonymously
You can give information about a crime without having to give your name using the 'Fearless' website online report form.
Or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 - it's anonymous so you don't have to give your name and your call can't be traced.
If you're worried about your safety or the safety of another child or young person:
Call 999 in an emergency.
Call 101 if it's not an emergency but you want to speak to a police officer.
Last updated: 26 April 2015