ASB Case Review
The Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 has introduced the Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review as a new measure designed to give victims and communities the ability to demand action by requesting a review of their ASB case.
If you are a resident of the Braintree District you can now request an Anti-Social Behaviour Case Review if you feel that agencies have not adequately responded to ASB reports.
You can request an ASB Case Review if:
- If you have reported Anti-Social Behaviour to Braintree District Council, Essex Police or Housing Provider 3 or more times in the last 6 months
- If you have reported a Hate Crime Incident to Braintree District Council, Essex Police or Housing Provider once in the last 6 months
- The reports of Anti-Social Behaviour or Hate Crime have been made within one month of the alleged incident taking place
How to request an ASB Case Review
You can find out more information by downloading the ASB case review guidance document.
The Community Remedy gives victims a say in the out of court punishment for perpetrators for low level crime and anti-social behaviour.
The Police & Crime Commissioner for Essex has prepared and consulted on a community remedy document, this document will provide a menu of options.
During 1st April 2018 - 31st March 2019 a total of 3 applications for an ASB Case Review were received by Braintree District Council. None of these applications met the threshhold for a review to be carried out.