Antisocial behaviour in Bristol - explained in four charts
Areas with high deprivation see more incidents of antisocial behaviour
From noisy neighbours to street drinkers, anti-social behaviour can make life a misery for those it affects.
There were nearly 10,000 anti-social behaviour incidents logged by Avon and Somerset Police in Bristol in the year to May 2022, crime statistics show.
These can cover a wide range of problems, such as littering, car racing, misuse of fireworks, noisy parties and barking dogs.
This map shows the sheer scale of the problem, plotting every anti-social behaviour incident logged in the past year. The darker the dot, the more incidents logged in that approximate location.
But some neighbourhoods suffer far more than others, the figures reveal. Five city-centre neighbourhoods accounted for around a sixth (18%) of incidents.
Outside the city centre, more deprived areas often have higher levels of anti-social behaviour, analysis of official crime and deprivation data shows.
Find out the number of anti-social behaviour incidents in your local neighbourhood, using our interactive table below.
Separate figures reveal which types of anti-social behaviour are most common across the Avon and Somerset Police force area.
In the year to March 2022, the vast majority of incidents (87%) logged by the force were described as ‘nuisance’, that is, causing annoyance to the general community.
‘Personal’ anti-social behaviour incidents - those targeted at specific people - accounted for 9% of incidents, while environmental incidents - those where people have an impact on their surroundings - made up the remainder.