Community Trigger (ASB case review)
Persistent anti-social behaviour can have a serious impact on communities and the welfare of victims.
A Community Trigger empowers repeat victims of antisocial behaviour to ask for a review of the actions partner agencies have taken to resolve their concerns. To be eligible, you need to have experienced and reported three separate incidents in the last six months.
Each of the incidents need to have been reported within one month of them taking place and you must apply for a Community Trigger within six months of the latest incident. The victim can be a business, individual or a community group.
When a Trigger is received, multiple agencies including the Office of the PCC work together to find a more permanent solution, including identifying available support for individuals.