Strategic Assessment 2013/14
Document 4: Anti-Social Behaviour
April 2014
Content
• Anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Fenland
Long term trend
Geographic analysis
Perceptions – national and local
Yout...
Long Term Trend
Source: Police recorded ASB incidents
Geographic Analysis
Parish ASB incidents Rate per 1,000 % of all ASB % difference between 2012/13
to 2013/14
Chatteris 392...
Experiences and perceptions of
ASB
• National experiences
3 in 10 (28%) adults experienced ASB
10% of these experienced AS...
Local perceptions of ASB
How much of a problem do you think
the following issues are in the local
area where you live
% wh...
Youth related ASB
Source: Police recorded ASB incidents with youth tag 2013/14
Key Findings
• ASB incidents are reducing
• Fenland has a higher rate than the County
• Perceptions of ASB are variable
• ...
Recommends
• Engagement with the public
To understand the nature of ASB problems locally
To complete work around community...
Strategic Assessment 2012/13
Document 4: End of Year Review
April 2014
Total Crime
Domestic Abuse
Source: Police recorded domestic abuse incidents
Acquisitive Crime
Crime types:
• Theft from vehicles
• Dwelling burglary
• Shoplifting
Crime Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14
...
Violence
• Violence against the person
Source: Police recorded VAP offences
Recommendations:
Priorities for 2014/15
• Domestic abuse
Attention on increasing reporting from the most vulnerable
victim...
The Research Group
Cambridgeshire County Council
Res1203
Shire Hall
Cambridge
CB3 0AP
Tel: 01223 715300
Fax: 01223 718137
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Fenland Community safety Partnership strategic assessment 2013/14, quarter 4-Anti-social behaviour and end of year review.
Anti-social behaviour with a focus on youth related ASB.
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Fenland inclides:
-Long term trend
-Geographic analysis
-Perceptions – national and local
-Youth related
End of year review information includes:
-Domestic abuse
-Acquisitive crime
-Violence against the person

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Fenland Community safety Partnership strategic assessment 2013/14, quarter 4-Anti-social behaviour and end of year review

  1. 1. Strategic Assessment 2013/14 Document 4: Anti-Social Behaviour April 2014
  2. 2. Content • Anti-social behaviour (ASB) in Fenland Long term trend Geographic analysis Perceptions – national and local Youth related • End of year review Domestic abuse Acquisitive crime Violence against the person • Next steps for the partnership
  3. 3. Long Term Trend Source: Police recorded ASB incidents
  4. 4. Geographic Analysis Parish ASB incidents Rate per 1,000 % of all ASB % difference between 2012/13 to 2013/14 Chatteris 392 37.1 10.67 -12.7 March 692 30.9 18.84 -6.2 Whittlesey 428 26.4 11.65 -5.9 Wisbech 1,554 68.1 42.30 -10.4 Rest of Fenland 608 25.7 16.55 -5.3 All of Fenland 3,674 38.4 -8.6 Source: Police recorded ASB incidents
  5. 5. Experiences and perceptions of ASB • National experiences 3 in 10 (28%) adults experienced ASB 10% of these experienced ASB that involved drink related behaviour • National perceptions 12% of adults perceived there to be a high level of ASB The most perceived type of ASB was rubbish or litter lying around (28%)
  6. 6. Local perceptions of ASB How much of a problem do you think the following issues are in the local area where you live % who agreed that the issue is a problem(small/big/very big) over a rolling 12 months Feb-13 Feb-14 Rubbish or litter lying around 39.4 33.2 Teenagers hanging around on the streets 24.4 30.6 People being drunk or rowdy in public places 28 23.1 Vandalism, graffiti and other deliberate damage 23.9 20 People using or dealing drugs 15.4 8.6 Noisy Neighbours or loud parties 9 7.1 Abandoned vehicles 5.4 0.8 Source: Police in Cambridgeshire survey results (Feb 2014)
  7. 7. Youth related ASB Source: Police recorded ASB incidents with youth tag 2013/14
  8. 8. Key Findings • ASB incidents are reducing • Fenland has a higher rate than the County • Perceptions of ASB are variable • Youth related ASB mostly coincides with school holidays
  9. 9. Recommends • Engagement with the public To understand the nature of ASB problems locally To complete work around community cohesion • Diversify the evening economy With hope to change the culture of market towns to improve the perception of anti-social behaviour in market towns. • Preventative work with young people To continue to support this type of work • Continue to tackle street drinking
  10. 10. Strategic Assessment 2012/13 Document 4: End of Year Review April 2014
  11. 11. Total Crime
  12. 12. Domestic Abuse Source: Police recorded domestic abuse incidents
  13. 13. Acquisitive Crime Crime types: • Theft from vehicles • Dwelling burglary • Shoplifting Crime Type 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 Change from 2012/13 to 2013/14 % number Dwelling burglary 283 298 256 -14.09% -42 Shoplifting 512 541 437 -19.22% -104 Theft from vehicles 433 309 277 -10.36% -32
  14. 14. Violence • Violence against the person Source: Police recorded VAP offences
  15. 15. Recommendations: Priorities for 2014/15 • Domestic abuse Attention on increasing reporting from the most vulnerable victims • Acquisitive crime To keep the level of offences low • Violence against the person To improve data sharing between 3x A&E’s and focus on areas with an increase • Anti-social behaviour
  16. 16. The Research Group Cambridgeshire County Council Res1203 Shire Hall Cambridge CB3 0AP Tel: 01223 715300 Fax: 01223 718137 Email: research.group@ cambridgeshire.gov.uk About the Cambridgeshire County Council Research & Performance The Research Group is the central research and information section of Cambridgeshire County Council. We use a variety of information about the people and economy of Cambridgeshire to help plan services for the county. The Research Group also supports a range of other partner agencies and partnerships. • Subjects covered by the Research Group include: • Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Employers database • Consultations and Surveys • Crime and Community Safety • Current Staff Consultations • Economy and The Labour Market • Health • Housing • Mapping and GIS • Population • Pupil Forecasting For more details please see our website: www.cambridgeshireinsight.org.uk

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