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Community Protection Team

The Maidstone Community Protection Team is committed to keeping  communities safe, as well as helping Maidstone Borough Council deliver one of their key priorities – a clean and safe environment for everyone.

The team deals with a wide variety of issues including noise pollution, anti-social behaviour  as well as mental health and self-neglect.

You will find more information on the services they provide on the website at or specific advice is provided below: 


  • Anti-Social Behaviour and Crimes

Please report all crimes and ASB to the police.  The easiest way to do this is by calling 101 or online    If an emergency call 999.  Residents can also report anonymously via  or 0800 555 111. 

  • Noise, Nuisance and Pests

Please be aware that the Community Protection Team is unable to pursue one off incidents of noise, smoke or odour. An officer will provide you with further advice on your concern, but please note you are likely to be asked to document how and when the issue affects you.  If you’ve submitted diary sheets to support an ongoing investigation, please continue to keep a diary whilst they assess the information you’ve supplied to date.


  • Animal Welfare/Licensing

If an animal’s welfare is a serious risk or their behaviour is aggressive, please contact the RSPCA or Kent Police respectively.  For all other animal welfare or animal licensing enquiries please direct your enquiry to


Community Protection Team email-