Once you have requested a review of your case, a member of the ASB Team will ask any agency involved to provide details of your complaints.
A minimum of two officers from two separate agencies will decide if the request meets the criteria for a review. You will be informed of their decision and if your request has not met the criteria, you will be informed why.
If the threshold is met, your case will be taken to a Multi-agency Review Panel who will look at the case and assess what has been done to try and resolve the case. The Review Panel will then decide what else can be done to help resolve the issues.
The review will take place within 28 days and you will be informed of the outcome in writing and whether or not further action will be taken with your case. If further actions are needed an action plan will be discussed with you.
If you are not satisfied with the decision of the Review Panel you can appeal to:
Head of Safer Neighbourhoods
You will be informed of their decision within 28 days.
If you are still not satisfied you can then appeal to the Police & Crime Commissioner.