Guidance

Empowering communities, protecting victims: summary report on the community trigger trials

Report highlighting the lessons identified by the trial areas which is intended to be used by agencies for their own community trigger procedures

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Empowering communities, protecting victims: summary report on the community trigger trials

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The purpose of the trials was to test the community trigger on the ground to ensure that it could help those victims who need it most. The trials also explored ways to implement the community trigger without imposing unnecessary bureaucracy or unanticipated burdens on agencies or businesses.

Trial areas conducted their own self-assessments. They submitted assessment reports to the Home Office setting out how their community trigger had operated, and lessons identified during the trial. This report is a summary of their findings.

Published 9 May 2013