- Domestic noise – such as shouting, loud music, DIY, dogs barking etc
If you are affected by domestic noise outside of these hours you can call the Police non-emergency number 101.
If reoccurring antisocial behaviour is affecting you and a complaint has been made three times or more within a six-month period, and you are unhappy with the case you will qualify to raise your issues as a Community Trigger.
The Community Trigger enables victims of ASB to request a review of their case if they meet the following criteria:
- An on-going single ASB case must have been reported three times or more within a six-month period
- If this is the case a review can be requested by the victim or another person acting on their behalf, such as a family member, MP or Councillor
To request a review under the Community Trigger, please complete the online form or call the Customer Access Programme on 0115 915 5555
If you have not reported the incident of ASB more than three times in the last six months then you still have various options available. You can report a new case or add additional information to an existing case using the form below.
Agencies involved with the trigger review include the following:
- Relevant housing provider
- Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)
Other agencies can join a review, but this will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
* Written consent is required from the victim if the trigger review is requested by a third party.
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