Leeds District Community Trigger
What is a Community Trigger?
If you have made up to three reports of anti social behaviour in the last six months to the Council, Police or social landlord and feel that the matter is still ongoing, you can request a community trigger.
The aim is to give victims and communities the right to request a review of their case and bring agencies together to take a joined up, problem solving approach to find a solution.
A community trigger is an impartial review of the circumstances which have previously been reported.
A panel will review the case and determine if appropriate action is being taken to resolve anti-social behaviour. The panel can make recommendations to the responsible organisation to improve the situation.
The trigger is not a complaints process. If you are unhappy with a service you have received, please consider making a complaint by contacting the organisation to whom you made the initial contact.
How do I make a Community Trigger report in the Leeds district?
To report a Community Trigger contact us with your name and contact details:
By phone: 0113 378 9669 (8am to 4pm)
By email: [email protected].
By post: Community Trigger, Community Safety, Merrion House, 4th Floor, 110 Merrion Centre, Leeds, LS2 8BA
If you are experiencing Anti-Social Behaviour (but the Community Trigger does not apply), Hate Crime or noise nuisance please use the link below to access the Leeds City Council Anti-Social Behaviour Team website.
It provides useful information about making reports of Anti-Social Behaviour, Noise Nuisance and Hate Incidents when you do not require a police response.