Committed to tackling antisocial behaviour
Our Civil Enforcement Officers work with local citizens to prevent, identify, investigate and take action concerning a range of environmental and antisocial behaviour crimes including fly tipping, graffiti, noise, littering, dog fouling, stray dogs and abandoned cars.
The uniformed officers work with communities and patrol hotspots across the district with the aim of preventing antisocial behaviour. They investigate reports of incidents, encouraging and promoting behaviour change. They utilise police accredited powers as necessary, including the power to request a name and address, issue fixed penalty notices, remove abandoned or obstructing vehicles and direct traffic.
To report an incident, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to our partnership working, especially with North Yorkshire Police, all districts of Ryedale have seen significant decreases in antisocial behaviour.
You can report antisocial behaviour to North Yorkshire Police here.