Community safety FAQs

  1. Can I remain anonymous when reporting antisocial behaviour or an environmental crime?
  2. How much are the Fixed Penalty Notices?
  3. I don't live in a council estate, but I have a problem with youth disorder, who can I report this to?

Can I remain anonymous when reporting antisocial behaviour or an environmental crime?

Yes.

If you do provide your details, a member of the Community Estate Team or Environmental Enforcement Team will return your call, offer advice and let you know what action the team is able to take.

All details that you provide are confidential.


How much are the Fixed Penalty Notices?

Fixed Penalty Notices are currently: 

  • Litter - £80 
  • Dog fouling - £80 (rising to £100 if not paid within 28 days) 
  • Fly tipping - £200

I don't live in a council estate, but I have a problem with youth disorder, who can I report this to?

Youth related antisocial behaviour occurring on private land should be reported to Police Scotland on 101.