Escalating an Anti Social Behaviour Complaint
- Have you reported the same anti-social behaviour to the Council, Police or a Registered Housing Provider three times in the last six months?
- Do you consider that no action has been taken?
If that's the case you can use a new tool called Community Trigger.
How it works
Community Trigger is designed to ensure that residents get their voices heard, and eliminate any risk of information being lost between agencies.
We ask you to provide us with details of the past incidents, including the dates you previously made reports, any reference numbers you've been given, and the names of any officers or teams you've been in contact with.
You can log that information online using the Community Trigger eform:
Or call 020 8489 1000 (quoting 'Community Trigger')
Or write to: Haringey Council, Civic Centre, High Road, Wood Green, N22 8LE (quoting 'Community Trigger')
What happens next
Once you've logged your report using Community Trigger you'll receive an initial response within two working days, and a more detailed response in 25 working days.
If you're unhappy with this response you can ask for a review from the head of community safety.
Community Trigger is only for people who have reported the same anti-social behaviour to the Council, Police or a Registered Housing Provider three times in the last six months and consider that no action has been taken. To make an initial report of anti-social behaviour see our how to report anti-social behaviour section.
Any anonymous reports will not constitute a trigger but will be used for analysis purposes.