Community trigger

What happens next

Once you have asked for a community trigger review, we ask the agencies involved to provide details of your complaints. At least 2 people from 2 different agencies decide if the threshold for review is met. You are then informed within 5 working days of their decision. You are given reasons if the criteria to review your case have not been met.

If the threshold is met, you are sent a form to fill in. Once we receive this it is reviewed within 28 days. A meeting takes place between the appropriate agencies. This may include -

  • us
  • Humberside Police
  • the housing department
  • registered housing providers
  • other partners if they are involved

During the meeting they discuss the ASB and what actions have been considered and taken. They make recommendations of how the problem may be resolved. You are informed of the outcome. If further actions are needed, an action plan and timescales are discussed with you.

If you are unhappy with the decision, you can appeal to the head of the Community Safety Partnership and Police Inspector of Neighbourhoods. They let you know of their decision within 28 days. If your appeal is successful, they refer it back to the group for further review.

If you are still not satisfied, you can appeal to the Police and Crime Commissioner.

For the full process guide.