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Cambridgeshire & Peterborough
Victims Update - 2016
Leigh Roberts
Cambridgeshire Research Group
Victims
Identity
of
Victims
Total number of unique
victims that are a
resident of
Cambridgeshire and
Peterborough recorded...
Count of unique victims
and specific crime types
Offenders
Resident location of offenders by local authority area if known
District
Offenders
(Oct 2012-Sep 13)
Rate per 1,...
Offender rate per
1000 population by
Lower Super
Output Area
2011 offender data by resident location
Victims
Victim rate per
1000
population
Resident location
of victims by
local authority
area
50 per 1000
population
Victim Rate per
1000 population
by Lower Super
Output Area
2015 victim data by resident location
Victims
Country of Origin Ethnicity
Country of
origin of each
unique victim
(7 highest
shown)
The ethnicity of unique vict...
Victims’ Hub
9,418 victims
identified as possibly
vulnerable through
the initial needs
assessment
Adapted from Cambridgesh...
Known to
police
(29,218)
Potential total victims
(Up to 128,000 incl minor offences)
Self referred to
Victims’ Hub (131)
D...
@CambsInsight
pinterest.com/cambsinsight
Cambridgeshire Insight
W: www.cambridgeshireinsight.org.uk
W: http://opendata.cam...
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Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Victims Update 2016

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A study of ‘who are the victims of crime in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough now?’ Highlighting the shape and nature of victimisation in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.

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Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Victims Update 2016

  1. 1. Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Victims Update - 2016 Leigh Roberts Cambridgeshire Research Group
  2. 2. Victims Identity of Victims Total number of unique victims that are a resident of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough recorded by Cambridgeshire Constabulary in 2015 Number of unique victims
  3. 3. Count of unique victims and specific crime types
  4. 4. Offenders Resident location of offenders by local authority area if known District Offenders (Oct 2012-Sep 13) Rate per 1,000 population Cambridge City 1,455 11.4 East Cambridgeshire 527 6.2 Fenland 1,077 11.3 Huntingdonshire 1,236 7.0 South Cambridgeshire 869 5.8 Peterborough 2,929 15.5 Cambridgeshire and Peterborough 9,960 12.1
  5. 5. Offender rate per 1000 population by Lower Super Output Area 2011 offender data by resident location
  6. 6. Victims Victim rate per 1000 population Resident location of victims by local authority area 50 per 1000 population
  7. 7. Victim Rate per 1000 population by Lower Super Output Area 2015 victim data by resident location
  8. 8. Victims Country of Origin Ethnicity Country of origin of each unique victim (7 highest shown) The ethnicity of unique victims *Other Ethnic Group and Gypsy/Roma/Traveller groups as individual values are below 1%
  9. 9. Victims’ Hub 9,418 victims identified as possibly vulnerable through the initial needs assessment Adapted from Cambridgeshire Police, Victims’ Hub Performance Data, Jan to Dec 2015 7,203 victims attempted contact by the victims’ hub 5,733 contacted for additional assessment Support provided to 4,201 victims 2,215 duplicate records or high risk cases managed elsewhere 1,470 unable to contact / decline contact. 131 self-referrals to the victims’ hub Unquantified agency referrals from previous high risk cases 1,532 decline support All victims contact by letter and offered support from Victims’ Hub Targeted Support:
  10. 10. Known to police (29,218) Potential total victims (Up to 128,000 incl minor offences) Self referred to Victims’ Hub (131) Don’t know: Those accessing voluntary sector Don’t know: Those not seeking support Don’t know: Those accessing health services
  11. 11. @CambsInsight pinterest.com/cambsinsight Cambridgeshire Insight W: www.cambridgeshireinsight.org.uk W: http://opendata.cambridgeshireinsight.org.uk/ T: 01223 715300 E: research.performance@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

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