Home Secretary Theresa May will announce new plans for dealing anti-social behaviour later today. Mrs May is ditching Labour's Asbos which have been described as a badge of honour among anti-social youths by critics.
She instead plans to introduce streamlined measures designed to ensure police take incidents of low-level nuisance seriously.
Police will have to take action to tackle nuisance behaviour if five people in different homes across the same neighbourhood complain, or if one person complains on three separate occasions, under a new "community trigger" power.
The Home Secretary has announced a raft of changes to anti-social laws, but how do you report troublesome neighbours? Here is a quick guide.
The Home Secretary has announced a raft of new anti-social behaviour measures that will replace Asbos.