Document Library: Persistent Anti-social Behaviour Case Review Policy (Community Trigger)

Summary
The anti-social case review process or also known as the community trigger is a mechanism for victims of persistent anti-social behaviour to require action, starting with a review of their case. The focus of a review is on bringing agencies together to share information and to take a more joined up, problem-solving approach to find a solution for the victim. Agencies including councils, the police, local health teams and registered providers of social housing will have a duty to undertake a case review when someone requests one and their case meets the defined threshold. For the purpose of the anti-social case review process, anti-social behaviour is defined as “behaviour causing harassment, alarm or distress to any member of the public”.
Status: Final
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File Size: 287kb
Approved On: 09 Dec 2014
Version Final