The CCGs are working with the local councils, the local police and other partners to look at anti-social behaviour issues to try and resolve them together.
As part of the new community trigger, the CCGs are statutory partners dealing with anti-social behaviour across the Chorley and South Ribble and Greater Preston areas together with the police and local authority.
The Community Trigger is part of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 where victims of anti-social behaviour or their representatives can request a review of how their complaint has been dealt with.
When a request is made under the community trigger, agencies must determine if the threshold has been met and inform the requester. If the threshold is met, a case review will be undertaken by the partner agencies who will share information related to the case, review what action has previously been taken and decide whether additional actions are possible.
For more information about how to activate the Community Trigger, please go to your local council website and search “Community Trigger” or click on one of the following links: