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Community Trigger Activations 2019-20

Published: March 2020

Data published pursuant to Section 104(9) of the Anti-Social Behaviour,  Crime and Policing Act 2014

The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 created a statutory duty for relevant bodies to undertake anti-social behaviour case reviews in circumstances where a threshold has been met. This allows victims and communities to hold agencies to account if they believe that their complaints relating to anti-social behaviour have not been dealt with appropriately.

The agreed threshold within Sussex is three or more complaints of related anti-social behaviour or hate crime incidents within a six month period, starting from the date of the first complaint.

The law requires that the relevant bodies publish information detailing:

  • The number of applications for the Community Trigger received;
  • The number of times that the threshold for review was not met;
  • The number of anti-social behaviour case reviews carried out; and
  • The number of anti-social behaviour case reviews carried out that resulted in recommendations being made.

Quarter 1

1 April - 30 June 2019

Triggers received Threshold not met Threshold met and multi-agency reviews undertaken Recommendations made
2 1 1 1

Quarter 2

1 July - 30 September 2019

Triggers received Threshold not met Threshold met and multi-agency reviews undertaken Recommendations made
3 2 1 1

Quarter 3

1 October - 31 December 2019

Triggers received Threshold not met Threshold met and multi-agency reviews undertaken Recommendations made
1 0 1 1

Quarter 4

1 January - 31 March 2020

Triggers received Threshold not met Threshold met and multi-agency reviews undertaken Recommendations made
2 1 1 1