Anti-social behaviour case review
An anti-social behaviour case review (previously known as a Community Trigger) gives victims of anti-social behaviour (ASB) the opportunity to request a review of their case and bring agencies together to look at a united, problem-solving approach to find a solution.
An ASB case review can be requested by a victim and by any person on behalf of a victim with their consent including:
- a family member or friend
- a carer
- a Councillor or MP
Request an anti-social behaviour case review
What happens next?
The anti-social behaviour case review will only activate when:
- an application is made
- there is a qualifying complaint
- the locally defined threshold has been met
Read the ASB case review procedure for further information
Making a complaint
The anti-social behaviour case review is not a complaints process. If you are unhappy with the service you have received from an agency regarding ASB you will need to use the internal complaints procedure of that agency.
To make a complaint to Stockton Borough Council visit our complaints page.
To make a complaint to Cleveland Police visit their website.
To make a complaint to your Housing provider contact the relevant Landlord or Housing Association directly.
Visit the Safer Communities website for information about support for victims of crime.