If you've reported anti-social behaviour and you're not happy with the response you've had, or the behaviour has not stopped, you can request an ASB Case Review.
The ASB Case Review (previously known as the Community Trigger) asks agencies to review their response to anti-social behaviour you've reported. Agencies means organisations like the police and the council.
It is not a complaints process.
Who can ask for an ASB Case Review?
You can ask for an ASB Case Review if you've made three or more separate reports about the same problem in the past 6 months to Middlesbrough Council, Cleveland Police, or a registered social housing provider (like Thirteen Housing or Habinteg).
We also accept requests for an ASB Case Review on your behalf. For example, a request made by a family member, friend, carer, councillor, local MP, or other professional. They must have your written consent before making a request.
We do not accept anonymous requests.
Apply for an ASB Case Review
The quickest way to ask for an ASB Case Review is by filling in the online form.