Apply for an anti-social behaviour case review
If you have reported 3 more separate incidents of anti-social behaviour to either the local authority, Police or housing provider within the last 6 months and the anti-social behaviour still persists then you can request an ASB Case Review.
About the anti-social behaviour case review
Anti-social behaviour can have an overwhelming impact on its victims and, in some cases, on the wider community. Anti-social behaviour is defined as conduct that has caused, or is likely to cause, harassment, alarm or distress to any person.
If you are a victim of persistent anti-social behaviour and you have already reported this to any of the main responsible agencies (such as the council, police, housing provider) you can request a review of your case to find out if further action can be taken to resolve the ongoing anti-social behaviour.
The anti-social case review won’t review concerns about council services. If you have a complaint about a council service please use the Cumberland Council's Complaints procedure.
Who can make an application
You can make an application if you are:
- a victim – individual person, business or community group
- a third party who can make an application for a case review on behalf of a victim, with their consent. This can include a friend, relative, carer, councillor, Member of Parliament, or another professional person
- a senior manager within Cumberland Council who decides that case review is necessary to safeguard a vulnerable victim of anti-social behaviour
How it works
You can apply for a review of your case by
You can also contact us for more information.