The review will tackle a growing number of ongoing concerns from people living, working and visiting the city. It will focus on anti-social behaviour taking place on the street and in other public spaces.
It will look at the types for anti-social behaviour prevalent in the city, who causes it, where it tends to happen and whether any preventative measures can be taken. Local action to tackle types of behaviour will also be examined.
The scrutiny committee will talk with a range of partners, such as the youth offending service, police and council services including the Birmingham Anti-Social Behaviour Unit, regulatory services and social care and health.
The committee will be taking evidence throughout spring and early summer and the concluding report will be published in September.