Hull launches nuisance complaint probe

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Published: Monday 20th October 2014 by The News Editor

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A new scheme has been launched to help people in Hull pull the trigger on investigations into their complaints about antisocial behaviour.

Community Trigger enables members of the public to spark a case review if they think their complaints aren’t being investigated properly.

Supported by Hull City Council and launched by the Community Safety Partnership, the initiative is aimed at helping people who feel that their complaints to the council, police or registered social landlord haven’t been properly addressed.

Councillor John Hewitt, of Hull City Council, says the scheme will help to ensure people’s complaints about antisocial behaviour are dealt with in a thorough manner.

Reviews will be initiated if people feel no adequate response has been made or action taken after they have lodged three or more complaints within the space of six months.

They can also be activated when five separate but similar complaints about antisocial behaviour in a local neighbourhood have been made.

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Published: Monday 20th October 2014 by The News Editor

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