If you’re suffering from bad behaviour or crime and live in one of our homes, call us straight away because we want to help you.
We will put a dedicated officer onto your case and start an investigation within five days.
Get in touch. If we don’t know what is happening, we can’t help you.
If you don't feel like you are getting any progress with an existing case you've reported, you can make use of something called the Community Trigger. The Community Trigger gives victims and communities who are suffering from anti-social behaviour the right to ask that their case be reviewed if they feel that their complaint has not had an adequate response. Learn more about Community Trigger today.
The North Lincolnshire Safer Neighbourhoods Partnership contains lots of information and links to help you deal with issues relating to crime, anti-social behaviour, domestic violence/abuse, and drugs & alcohol.
Housing Benefit fraud is a crime. If you suspect Housing Benefit fraud, you can report it in one of three ways to the DWP:
Online at www.gov.uk/report-benefit-fraud
By Telephone on 0800 854 440. Calls are free & confidential and you can remain anonymous. Lines are open Monday - Friday from 8am - 6pm. Speech or hearing problem? Use the textphone service by calling 0800 328 0512.
By Post by writing to NBFH, PO Box 224, Preston, PR1 1GP.
Prevent is one part of the Government's strategy for countering terrorism and extremism in the UK, and we're proud to work with Humberside Police to help to identify such things in our region. Terrorism and extremism is not restricted to those influenced or associated with causes advocated by Al Qaeda and IS. There are also risks from the Extreme Right Wing, Northern Ireland related terrorism and other single causes.
The Channel process is a key element of the Prevent strategy, and that's where we can all help with identifying and supporting those individuals that are vulnerable and are at risk from radicalisation.
For more information, email: email@example.com. For all suspicious activity which requires an immediate response, you should contact Humberside Police on 101 or 999 in an emergency.
Page last updated: 22 December 2015