What can I expect?

Once you have made a request for a community trigger, your council Community Safety team will ask the agencies involved to provide details of your complaints and the actions taken.

Your request will then be scheduled for discussion at the next Anti-Social Behaviour Risk Assessment Conference (a monthly multi-agency meeting).

You will be sent a letter acknowledging receipt of your request and the date of this meeting.

At the meeting partner agencies will carry out an initial assessment to consider if the criteria has been met and the actions that are needed.

If your request does not meet the criteria a review will not be carried out and you will be informed by letter of this outcome.

If your request does meet the criteria the group will undertake a review of how partners have responded and make recommendations on how the problem can be resolved.

A response will be sent to you by the Community Safety team, explaining the outcome of your review.

If you are unhappy with the way your application was dealt with or the way the review was carried out, you can contact the Chair of your Local Community Safety Partnership for an evaluation of your case to ensure the correct procedures have been followed.