Crime and safety
Coronavirus update - face-to-face visits suspended
We can no longer visit in person but you can still report anti-social behaviour online using the form on this page or by calling our call centre between 8am-6pm, Monday-Friday. If you do not provide a contact number we cannot process your complaint. Anonymous complaints will not be dealt with.
Report anti-social behaviour
If anti-social behaviour is causing alarm or distress to you or the community where you live you should report it.
For anti-social behaviour and neighbourhood disputes you can:
You can also report it to us online:
Escalating unresolved anti-social behaviour issues
The Community Trigger is a process which allows members of the community to ask the Liverpool Community Safety Partnership to review how they have responded to reports of anti-social behaviour.
The trigger is designed to ensure we work together to try and resolve any complaints and is a means of reviewing how agencies have responded to your complaints.
Where the trigger threshold is met, the partnership will consider how the complaints have been dealt with and whether agencies have followed their own processes for dealing with your complaints.
How do I apply?
|Financial year - April to March||Number of complaints||Failed to proceed due to complainant||Met the threshold||Did not meet the threshold||Formal reviews||Informal reviews||Recommendations made||Appealed to the Police Crime Commissioner|
|2020 - to date||11||5||3||3||3||1||0||2|