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F16/183

Number of Community Triggers

Request Description

I am currently collating data from all the Councils with respect to the information they are required to publish about the Community Trigger (or ASB Case Review).  Section 104 (9)  that as soon as practicable after the end of a reporting period, the relevant bodies in a local government area must publish information about:

- the number of applications for Community Triggers received;

- the number of times the threshold for review was not met;

- the number of case reviews carried out; and

- the number of case reviews that resulted in recommendations being made.

I could not see this information on your webpage about activating the Trigger and therefore wonder if you could supply me with this information.

Please could you also let me know:

a) The reporting period (eg. Oct 2014-Oct 2015, or Oct 2014-March 2015, etc). to which your data refers

b) Where you have published this information with a link if online

Request Date10 March 2016
Requested byOrganisation
Released Date  

11 April 2016      

Response

a) The timeframe is from 01/07/14 - 31/03/15.  East Herts CSP launched it's Community Trigger process in advance of the ASB, Crime and Policing Act coming into effect in October as a process had been agreed by all partners.  Therefore the information provided is from the date it was launched until the end of the financial year (March 2015).

b) This information has been added to this page: Community Triggers Received for East-Herts

- The number of applications for Community Triggers received;  3 triggers were received (however 2 were raised about the same issue)

- The number of times the threshold for review was not met; 0.

- The number of case reviews carried out; 2 case reviews took place as the same issue was dealt with together.

- The number of case reviews that resulted in recommendations being made; Case reviews showed that investigation was on-going by agencies or that all incidents had been investigated appropriately and actions in place.

Clear advice and actions were agreed.  Cases were added to the Anti-Social Behaviour Group (ASBAG) agenda until all actions discharged.  

Refused

               

Refusal