The University of Nottingham takes a strong stance on anti-social behaviour (ASB) and may take action to address any concerns that arise as a result. In addition to this, our students agree to a strict Code of Discipline.
Read our ASB statement
Read our Student Code of Discipline Guide
CommUnity – guide for Nottingham City residents in reporting ASB
If you do experience any issues or think there’s anything that the University should know about, the following support is available to you:
For noise nuisance and waste management issues please contact your relevant local authority during office hours. (For Nottingham City residents, these matters are dealt with by the Community Protection Team on 0115 915 20 20 Mon-Fri 9am to 5pm)
For out of hours noise nuisance and other antisocial behaviour issues, please phone the Police non-emergency number 101. (For Nottingham City residents we advise reading the CommUnity guide detailed above)
These services and this advice applies to students and non-students experiencing issues.
Greater Nottinghamshire and other areas
For noise complaints, or anti-social behaviour call your local authority environmental health team or 101 outside of these hours for your local Police force non-emergency response.
We expect students to act in accordance with the University Code of Conduct during their time with us and to be ambassadors for our University. If you find an occasion where this isn't being observed, please contact the University via our helpline or Community Engagement department email. This 24-hour helpline offers students and local residents the opportunity to let the University know about any issues of concern. Please leave a message about anything from noisy neighbours to uncollected rubbish.
Please include as much detail as possible into your report:
- Your name, address and contact number.
- Address of incident.
- Date and time of incident.
- Whether you have reported to Nottingham City Council/Police - if so, please include the incident number.
- Details of the incident/disturbance/issue.
Messages are dealt with promptly, but this is not an emergency helpline.
t: 0115 846 8666