The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 sets out the requirement for relevant bodies in a local authority area to make arrangements for, and to carry out, Anti-Social Behaviour Case Reviews – which are also known by the name ‘Community Trigger’.
Wherever you live in Bedfordshire, the Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review process is the same.
We understand that it is good practice to have a number of methods to contact an organisation, with us you can use websites, the phone, write a letter or ask in person for help. If you need any assistance in completing the form, please contact us using the methods below.
You can request an Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review by completing your local authority application form available
Luton Borough Council
Post: Community Safety, Luton Council, Town Hall, George Street, Luton, LU1 2BQ
Telephone: 01582 546000
Website: Luton Borough Council (opens in new window)
Postal address: Community Safety Team, Central Bedfordshire Council, Priory House, Monks Walk, Chicksands, Shefford, Bedfordshire, SG17 5TQ
Email address: email@example.com
Contact telephone: 0300 300 8301.
Website: Central Beds Council (opens in new window)
Postal address: Community Safety Team,Bedford Borough Council, Room 401 Borough Hall, Cauldwell Street, Bedford, MK42 9AP
Email address: CommunitySafety@bedford.gov.uk
Contact Telephone: 01234 267422 / 01234 276037
Website: Bedford Borough Council (opens in new window)
Initially we only require basic information to get the process started. The form is designed to be clear and easy to complete, it is acceptable for a person representing you to assist you or fill the form in for you.
By requesting an Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review you will be starting a process which will get your local council, the police and other organisations working together to identify what can be done to better tackle the anti-social behaviour that is affecting you.
You will have the opportunity to speak to the organisations responsible for helping you and to ask questions of those organisations.
You can make suggestions and take an active role in resolving the issues that affect the way you have to live your life.
You can stop the process at any time.
The Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review is not a complaints procedure and it will not examine how a particular agency or agencies have tackled a problem in the past; instead it focuses on the existing situation and what more can be done.