The Community Trigger was introduced in October 2014 to give victims and communities the right to request a review of complaints about persistent anti-social behaviour. The Trigger is a legal tool that commits multiple agencies to work together to find a more permanent solution to the complaint, and includes the PCC’s office.
In February 2020, PCC David Munro renewed the pledge to tackle antisocial behaviour with the Chief Constable of Surrey Police and ASB Help. This includes ensuring that the office of the PCC works closely with partners and Surrey Police to make the Community Trigger framework as effective as possible.
You can request a review of your anti-social behaviour complaint(s):