The Community Trigger allows you to ask the Community Safety Partnership to review the responses to your complaints of anti-social behaviour that have not been dealt with. The process gives you the right to ask that an ongoing problem is looked into.
What is the Community Trigger?
Who can use the Community Trigger?
You cannot use the Community Trigger anonymously.
When to use the Community Trigger
- you have complained about the same ASB problem on three separate occasions in the last six months to:
- the council and/or
- the police and/or
- your housing association (if applicable) and/or
- the Newham Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) (previously known as Newham Primary Care Trust PCT)
- and you believe that nothing has been done about your reported ASB problem.
- we are still looking into your complaint
- you want to report a new problem of anti-social behaviour.
How to use the Community Trigger
You must tell us:
- your name, address and contact details
- details of the anti-social problem
- when the problem happened
- where the problem happened
- the dates you reported the problem
- all the organisations and name(s) of the officers you have previously reported the problem to.