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Environmental crime covers a wide range of anti-social activities that affect our streets and estates, from dropping a sweet wrapper on the floor to committing blatant acts of vandalism. It also includes graffiti, fouling of pavements and green spaces, abandoned vehicles and the dumping of refuse.

Environmental crime affects our quality of life – and indirectly increases fear of crime.

Quality of life

Graffiti, vandalism and abandoned vehicles may seem trivial in isolation, but if they occur together in a particular area, they can seriously affect the quality of life of local people.

Fear of crime

Whatever the crime figures tell us, it is what the residents of Chesterfield see on their streets that influence their perceptions of whether their communities are safe, attractive places to live or not.

Click here to report an instance of vandalism on council property.

You can contact the Environmental Services Department at the following address:

Town Hall
S40 1LP

Phone: 01246 345345
General: Contact us

Last updated on 29 April 2021