Who should I contact to tell them about the issue? What information will they need to deal effectively with the issue? Once I have told them what happens next? What can I do and other members of my community to help? What happens if the problem continues?
Dog Waste If you find dog waste in a public place, report it to Bourmouth Borough Council via this link https://www.bournemouth.gov.uk/Report/Report.aspx If you are a dog owner, you are required by law to clean up after your dog in public places. That includes roads, pavements, parks, car parks and all shared open […]
Dog realted issues? Who should I contact to tell them about the issue? Matters relating to dogs fall under various categories. What the issue is will depend on who and how it is dealt with. 1. Dog on Dog attacks – Local Authority Dog Warden ( follow this link >>) […]
Worried about or experiencing bullying, intimidation or threats? Who should I contact to tell them about the issue? If you feel you have been bullied or victimised that is motivated by prejudice on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, or other grounds, please follow this tag>> If you are […]
Who should I contact to tell them about the issue? You can report fraud, cybercrime, online scams or viruses through Action Fraud’s online reporting tool or by ringing up 0300 123 2040. If you’ve got a scam email, report it to the Internet Service Provider (ISP) who sent you the email; it […]
DOUBLE YELLOW LINES • You can only stop here to drop someone off or pick someone up. • If you have a disabled badge, you can use it here. Make sure your badge is valid and can be seen. DOUBLE YELLOW LINES WITH KERB MARKINGS • You can only stop […]
Who should I contact to tell them about the issue? Dorset Road Safe is a partnership organisation committed to reducing the number of road traffic casualties on our roads. Our work focuses on a combination of approaches including; education, enforcement and engineering. One of the key areas of of our […]
Who should I contact to tell them about the issue? Bournemouth council website or the Gov website as below links. https://bournemouth.gov.uk/Streets/maintaining-our-roads/AbandonedVehicles.aspx https://www.gov.uk/report-abandoned-vehicle What information will they need to deal effectively with the issue? The exact location of the vehicle. The registration number. The make, model and colour. The date it […]