Community Trigger lets you request the Community Safety Partnership to review responses to complaints of anti-social behaviour. Registered Housing Providers (social landlords) are also included.
- is designed to ensure partners work together to resolve anti-social behaviour complaints
- should be used if you don’t think your complaint has not been responded to
- cannot be used to report general acts of crime, including hate crime
- doesn't replace the complaints procedures of individual organisations, or your opportunity to complain to the Local Government Ombudsmen or Independent Police Complaints Commission
When you can trigger
The Community Trigger can be used if you have reported at least 3 incidents of anti-social behaviour to a relevant organisation in the past 6 months. These are incidents where the same behaviour, nuisance or problem has reoccurred and was reported within 1 month of it happening.
How to trigger
To trigger you will need to:
- phone 01634 333 333
- give details of each time you’ve complained, to who (name, organisation and/or Incident Reference Number)
- give details about the anti-social behaviour
If you have an ongoing complaint that is being dealt with by one of the organisations, your case is not appropriate for the Community Trigger.
What to expect
Once you have asked for a Community Trigger, the Community Safety Partnership will ask the agencies involved to give details of your complaints and actions that they have considered and taken
A meeting will then take place between the appropriate Community Safety Partnership agencies, or the Registered Housing Provider and other partners (if they are involved) to discuss the anti-social behaviour and what actions have been considered and taken. The group will review how the Partnership has responded and make recommendations on how the problem can be resolved.
A response will be sent to you by the Community Safety Partnership within 5 working days, explaining the action taken and also suggestions on how the Partnership can attempt to resolve the anti-social behaviour.