The anti-social behaviour case review

The ASB Case Review is a process that allows members of the community to ask the Knowsley Community Safety Partnership (KCSP) to review how they have responded to reports of anti-social behaviour (ASB). Find out more here.

About the Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) Case Review

The ASB Case Review is a process that allows members of the community to ask the Knowsley Community Safety Partnership (KCSP) to review how they have responded to reports of anti-social behaviour (ASB).

When the review can be used

  • You have reported three separate incidents of ASB to the council, police, or a registered housing provider in the last six months.
  • Five individuals in the local community have reported similar incidents of ASB to the council, police, or registered housing provider in the last six months.
  • You have reported an incident of ASB or crime that is a hate incident to the council, police, or registered housing provider in the last six months.

How you can use the ABS Case Review

To use the ASB Case Review, you can either complete the online form at the bottom of the page or write to the Knowsley Community Safety Partnership Coordinator at Knowsley Council.

In your request, please provide details of each time you have complained, to whom you complained, and information about the ASB.

What happens next

Once you have requested an ASB Case Review, the KCSP Coordinator will ask the agencies involved to provide details of your complaints to determine whether your application meets the threshold. You will ordinarily receive a response within five working days advising you of what will happen next.

If your application meets the threshold, the KCSP will review how the agencies involved responded to your complaints. The KCSP may make recommendations to the agencies, but cannot direct them to take specific actions.

You should not expect to receive a full response to your application for an ASB Case Review for seven weeks. This is to allow the KCSP to meet with the agencies involved and conduct a thorough review.

What happens if you are unhappy with the outcome of the ASB Case Review

If you are unhappy with the outcome of the ASB Case Review, you can request a further review by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner. You can seek a further review if:

  • The ASB Case Review has failed to consider a relevant process, policy, or protocol.
  • The ASB Case Review has failed to consider relevant factual information.

Details on how to request a further review will be provided in your ASB Case Review response.

 

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