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What are some examples of the type of situations that may be reported using the anti-social behaviour text service?

Anti-social behaviour should be reported using the Text Service.  Anti-social behaviour occurs when a person acts in a way that causes or may cause another person harassment, significant or persistent alarm, distress, fear or intimidation, or impairs their use or enjoyment of their property, or of DART or of Iarnrod Éireann property in a significant or persistent way.

Anti-social behaviour that may be reported using the Text Service includes (but is not limited to) public intoxication, disorderly conduct, vandalism, or abusive or insulting behaviour.