ASB case review/community trigger

An Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review (also known as a community trigger) is where members of the public can ask the Safer Stockport Partnership (which includes Stockport Council, Greater Manchester Police, Stockport Homes, etc.) to review their agency's response to complaints of anti-social behavior. 

If you are unhappy with a response to a case of ASB that you have experienced then you can ask this to be reviewed by the Safer Stockport Partnership team using this link here 

and then choosing Antisocial behavior, this will take you through the process and also provide more information on how the review process is completed and the circumstances in which it can be used. 

Resolving ASB

We take reports of anti-social behaviour very seriously and will identify the most appropriate solutions to your problems. 

We have a wide range of legal powers and effective tools at our disposal some of which are: 

  • Professional Mediation Services to resolve neighbour dispute
  • Community Protection Notices to deal with problems or nuisance that has a negative effect on your community
  • Noise Abatement Notices to control statutory noise pollution
  • Anti-Social Behaviour Injunctions to protect you from an individual who acts in an anti-social or threatening manner

This also includes working in partnership with the Police, Youth Offending Services, Social Services, and local council support services to prevent and reduce ASB.