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The Community Trigger (also known as the ASB case review) gives victims who have reported anti-social behaviour the right to request a multi-agency case review.

If you have reported Antisocial Behaviour but no action has been taken, you will be able to activate the Community Trigger process through your local authority and where the local reporting threshold is met.

The reporting threshold is:

  • You have reported 3 or more incidents relating to the same problem in the past six months to the Council, Police or your landlord, and no action has been taken.

Or

  • You have made 5 reports about the same problem in the past 6 months to the Council, Police or your landlord and no action has been taken.

Or

  • 1 incident or crime motivated by hate in the last 3 months and no action has been taken.

Further information and advice can be found here:

Cumbria Constabulary – anti-social behaviour booklet – help and advice for victims

Cumbria Constabulary – anti-social behaviour – what it is and how to report it