If you have reported the same antisocial behaviour to an agency three or more times in a six month period, and you feel the problem has not been properly addressed, you can request a community trigger.
Do not use this form to report anti-social behaviour for the first time. If you are reporting for the first time, please start by taking a look at our ‘What is anti-social behaviour?’ page.
If your request meets the threshold for a case review, this will be carried out by the Community Safety Partnership, deciding if any further action can be taken to resolve the issue.
Please note, a community trigger cannot be used to make a complaint about an agency’s services. If you have a complaint about our community safety service, you can raise a formal complaint here. If you have a complaint about one of our partnership agencies, please contact them directly.
Community Trigger data
The table below shows the number of applications the South and Vale Community Safety Partnership (CS) has received and the resulting actions.
This data covers the period of April 2019 to March 2020.
Number of applications made: 7
Number of times threshold met: 6
Number of ASB case reviews carried out: 6
Number of ASB case reviews where recommendations made: 6