The theme for this year is ‘Know Your Rights’, with a particular focus on the anti-social behaviour (ASB) Case Review, which used to be known as the Community Trigger.
The ASB Case Review is a process which allows members of the community, or advocates on their behalf, to ask for a review of the responses to their complaints of anti-social behaviour. This applies regardless of which agency is investigating and managing the ASB case.
You can find out more about that here.
Here are some facts about ASB that you may not know
- YouGov research commissioned by RESOLVE shows that almost 1 in 7 people have had to consider moving home because of the impact anti-social behaviour was having on them.
- A staggering 51% of ASB victims and witnesses surveyed did not make a report because they ‘didn’t think anything would be done’. 15% said they did not know how to report ASB or where they would turn to do so.
- Young people are not the main perpetrators of anti-social behaviour; adults are.
We are dedicated to continuously improving the way we manage ASB to ensure our residents and the communities in which they live remain safe. We are also proud to be certified members of Resolve.
We will be supporting ASB Awareness Week on our Facebook page all this week, why not join in the conversation #KnowYourRights