Anti-Social Behaviour

Anti-social Behaviour (ASB) includes a wide range of unacceptable behaviour that affects the quality of life for residents and others living or working in the community. This behaviour is often a criminal offence and therefore a matter for the Police. We often receive complaints about things that are not anti-social but are more about a different style of living.

If you, or someone else is in immediate danger as a result of Anti-Social Behaviour please dial 999

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Reporting ASB

Use the form on the link below to submit a report of Anti-Social Behaviour

Community Trigger

What is Community Trigger?

The Community Trigger has been introduced to help victims of anti-social behaviour to request a multi-agency case review if they are not satisfied with the response to their complaints of anti-social behaviour.

Who can use Community Trigger?

  • If you have been the victim of continued anti-social behaviour
  • You have complained at least 3 times in the last six months about separate incidents or
  • 5 people in the local community have complained separately in the last 6 months about similar incidents and you have complained to RBH, Greater Manchester Police or Rochdale Borough Council.

The Community Trigger does not replace RBH complaints procedure.

Report Community Trigger

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