Anti-social behaviour

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Anti-social behaviour (ASB) review

The ASB review gives victims and communities the right to request a review of their anti-social behaviour case, where the locally-defined threshold is met.

The focus of the ASB review is on the ongoing anti-social behaviour and should be used if you believe your complaint has not been appropriately addressed or no effective action has been taken. The review cannot be used to report general acts of crime, including hate crime.

The review is not an alternative complaints procedure and does not replace the complaints procedures of individual organisations, or your opportunity to complain to the Local Government Ombudsman or Independent Police Complaints Commission.

Who can raise a ASB review?

A victim can be an individual person, a business or a community group.

A third party can make an application for a ASB review on behalf of a victim (with their consent). This can include a friend, relative, carer, councillor, Member of Parliament or another professional person.

Please note: We will still need to contact the victim to establish the facts and will need to confirm this consent.

When to use a ASB review

You can use the ASB review if:

  1. you have reported anti-social behaviour (ASB) to the council, police and/or registered housing provider 3 times (each made within 1 month of the ASB taking place) in the last 6 months
  2. no action has been taken or you feel the action taken was inadequate
  3. your case has been closed (if your case is still open you must wait for the outcome).

Are there cases that cannot be considered for a ASB review?

Yes, we will not consider a ASB review if:

  • you do not meet the criteria above
  • it is clear that reports of anti-social behaviour have been made so recently that an organisation has not had a reasonable amount of time to act
  • you have already used, or are in the middle of using, an existing complaints procedure about any of the organisations involved in your case
  • the reports or request for a ASB review are vexatious, malicious or unreasonable
  • the reports or request for a ASB review are made anonymously.

How to request a ASB review

If you have read the sections above and think you qualify for activating the ASB review, please complete and submit our online form below.

Within the form you will need to give the following details:

  • dates of each time you've complained to the relevant organisation (a minimum of 3 times)
  • details of where you complained (name and organisation) and the reference number for each complaint and
  • detailed information about the anti-social behaviour and how it affects you.

Submit a ASB review form

Or download a copy of the  ASB review form (PDF) [227KB] and submit it in writing to:

ASB Review
C/O Community Safety Team
London Borough of Hillingdon
2E/08 Civic Centre
High Street

What happens next?

Once you have submitted the form, a decision will be made about whether this could fall within the remit of the ASB review from the information you have given. If it is decided that it could, we will ask the agencies involved to provide details of your complaints and actions that they have considered and taken.

If, after obtaining this information, this still meets the criteria for a ASB review, a meeting will take place between the appropriate agencies involved to discuss the anti-social behaviour and any actions that have already been considered and taken. The group will review the response and make recommendations on further action that should be taken and which agency should take it.

We will acknowledge your request for a ASB review and you will then be updated at each stage as your request is progressed.

ASB review applications


  • 14 cases were submitted for ASB review.
  • 5 cases did not meet the locally defined threshold.
  • 9 cases passed the threshold for review with recommendations made.
  • 0 cases proceeded to ASB panel.


  • 2 cases were submitted for ASB review.
  • 2 cases passed the threshold for review with recommendations made.
Page last updated: 27 Feb 2024