Acts of vandalism
Vandalism is an illegal, anti-social activity that creates a negative impression of an area and contributes to people's fear of crime.
At best vandalism is unsightly and inconvenient, such as graffiti on walls or damaged trees. At worst, it may endanger life, for example if people can't make emergency calls from phone boxes. It also costs you money in taxes, insurance premiums and bills.
If you would like to report any acts of vandalism to council property or street furniture, please contact the Customer Services Team using our web form:
Or Call us on:
- Tel: 020 8489 1335
If you witness an act of vandalism taking place, you are advised not to intervene yourself, but to phone the police.
Graffiti and flyposting
The council is committed to tackling graffiti and fly posting. Like vandalism, this is an anti-social problem.
Please help us to stamp it out by reporting any incidents of graffiti and fly-posting that you see.
- Use the council's report a problem page
- Call the Veolia Haringey Contact Centre on 020 8885 7700
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We aim to remove obscene and/or racist graffiti within 24 working hours of it being reported and all other reported graffiti within 3 working days.
If you witness an act of graffiti or fly-posting taking place, you are advised not to intervene yourself, but to phone the police.
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