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Community Trigger: help with frequent antisocial behaviour

Community Trigger: antisocial behaviour help

The community trigger is a process which allows victims and communities to ask the Community Safety Partnership to review their responses to reports of anti-social behaviour.

The trigger is designed to make sure we work together to try and resolve reports about anti-social behaviour. We will do this by talking about the problem, sharing information and using our resources to try and reach an agreeable outcome.

The trigger helps to make sure that no one affected by anti-social behaviour feels unheard. It will also make sure that we do everything we can to solve the problem.

Using the Community Trigger

The community trigger can be used:

  • When 3 reports have been made to either the council, police or registered housing provider about the same issue in the last 6 months and no action has been taken
  • When 5 individuals have separately reported about the same issue in the last 6 months and no action has been taken

The community trigger cannot be used to report general acts of crime, including hate crime, and does not replace the complaints procedures of individual organisations. The process is outlined in the document below:

 

Fill in the community trigger form

Use the relevant application form below.

If 3 reports have been made to either the council, police or registered housing provider about the same issue in the last 6 months and no action has been taken use:

 

If 5 individuals have separately reported about the same issue in the last 6 months and no action has been taken use community trigger form B:


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