Community triggers make it easier for victims and communities to get anti-social behaviour stopped.
In Gwent the community trigger took effect from 20 October 2014, as part of the Anti-social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act.
Victims of persistent anti-social behaviour can request a review of actions taken if they feel the problem has not been resolved.
The community trigger is a last resort if victims of anti-social behaviour feel that not enough has been done to deal with a reported incident.
Download more information about the community trigger (pdf)
Community trigger requests
2017 / 2018
One application was received and was successful. The review panel felt that the relevant authority had acted reasonably and fairly and made no further recommendations.
Support continues to be provided to the applicant.
2016 / 2017
Two applications were received, neither was successful on the grounds that police investigations were ongoing at the time.
2015 / 2016
One application was received and heard by a review panel which made two recommendations to the relevant authority for planning permission to be further explored and feedback given to the applicant.
2014 / 2015
One application was received and heard by a review panel resulting in seven recommendations including the continuation of police patrols in the area and advice to the applicant on the proper use of privately deployed CCTV.
Email email@example.com, telephone (01633) 851764 or contact the anti-social behaviour manager at Newport City Council.
Lawrlwythwch ragor o wybodaeth am y sbardun cymunedol (pdf)
Anfonwch neges e-bost at firstname.lastname@example.org, ffoniwch (01633) 851764 neu cysylltwch â'r rheolwr ymddygiad gwrthgymdeithasol yng Nghyngor Dinas Casnewydd.