The community trigger allows victims of frequent anti-social behaviour to request a review of their case. Once the community trigger has been requested, the relevant agencies (which many include us, the police, health providers and/or social housing) will work together to decide whether further action can be taken to resolve the issue.
The community trigger is not for making a complaint or reporting anti-social behaviour. To report an anti-social behaviour incident, please see above. If you want to make a complaint about how an organisation has dealt with your case, contact them directly.
When should I use the community trigger?
The community trigger can be used when either:
three reports of anti-social behaviour have been made to the council, police or registered social landlord about the same issue in the last six months, and you feel no action has been taken; or
five individuals have separately reported the same issue in the last six months and feel no action has been taken.
How to request a community trigger
Community safety privacy notice
- As a data controller, Wycombe District Council collects names, addresses, contact details (including phone numbers and email addresses), titles and aliases, dates of birth and photographs for the purposes of tackling crime and anti-social behaviour.
- Such processing is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which we are subject and/or the performance of a task carried out in the public interest under various crime and disorder legislation.
- Our policy is to destroy such personal data 6 years after the conclusion of a case.
- We will share your personal data, if appropriate, with third parties, including:
- Thames Valley Police
- Bucks Fire and Rescue Service
- Registered Social Landlords
- Thames Valley Community Rehabilitation Company
- Thames Valley Probation
- Bucks County Council
- South Central Ambulance Service
- Clinical Commissioning Group
- Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards.
- Addiction support agencies
Our Data Protection Officer can be contacted at Wycombe District Council, Queen Victoria Road, High Wycombe, HP11 1BB or at: email@example.com