Salford City Council recognises that anti-social behaviour can have a significant impact on the lives of residents if left unchallenged. We will work with you to tackle the problem and reduce offending.
The action we take will depend on the nature of your complaint. Below are some examples of the kinds of things we can do to resolve your issue:
In order to be able to investigate your complaint effectively and take action we need you to help us by:
If you have reported repeated incidents of anti-social behaviour and feel there has been no response or an inadequate response, you can ask for an independent review of your case. This is known as the community trigger.
If your complaint meets certain grounds, the agencies involved – such as the council, police or housing associations – will carry out a formal case review.
If it doesn’t meet those grounds they will still review how persistent the anti-social behaviour is and its impact and decide whether further action can be taken. They will produce an action plan and discuss that with you to try and find a solution.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0161 686 5829.
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This page was last updated on 23 May 2019