Addressing Crime - Wolverhampton Partnership

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Addressing Crime - Wolverhampton Partnership

Serving our communities, protectingthem from harmReality: Wolverhampton City Centre•TCR in the city centre has decreased by 3,810 since 2002-2003 figures to now!•2011-2012 figures saw a reduction of 289 shop thefts compared to the figures for2002-2003


Serving our communities, protectingthem from harmReality: Vehicle crime• 307 less victims of vehicle crime in the city centre than in 2003.


Serving our communities, protectingthem from harmReality: Robbery• 29 less victims of robbery in the city centre now than in 2003.


Serving our communities, protectingthem from harmViolent crime• 463 less victims of violent crime in the city centre now than in2003.


Serving our communities, protectingthem from harmReality: City Centre Crime reductions since 2003 to 2012Total Recorded Crime Reduced by 50%Robbery Reduced by 25%Personal Robbery Reduced by 28%Vehicle Crime Reduced by 73%Violence Reduced by 40%S.20/S.47 Assaults Reduced by 42%Criminal Damage Reduced by 8%


Serving our communities, protectingthem from harmPerceptions….Chris Moyles: Wolverhampton Girls Parodyhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTSKSHEuAlo


Serving our communities, protectingthem from harmWMP : Feeling the Difference ResearchFebruary 2012There has been a 2% increase in the proportion of respondents who thinkthe level of crime in their neighbourhood has increased in the last 12months in Wolverhampton.


Why do people think crime isincreasing in Wolverhampton?Serving our communities, protectingthem from harm


Serving our communities, protectingthem from harmReality: What are our chances?0.076:1000 chance of being a victim of crime(per 1000 Wolverhampton residents 2011-2012).0.003:1000 chance of being a victim of robbery(per 1000 Wolverhampton residents 2011-2012).0.008:1000 chance of being a victim of vehiclecrime (per 1000 Wolverhampton residents 2011-12).0.028:1000 chance of being a victim of ASB(per 1000 Wolverhampton residents 2011-2012).


How Do We Engage?• Partners And Communities Together (PACT) – Local monthly meetingsheld with residents, Police, council and other partners• Local Neighbourhood Partnerships – 14 LNP structures established acrossthe city• Citizen’s Panel – Quarterly postal surveys conducted by Council• Police Authority/SWP Joint Public Meetings• Residents Opinion Survey – Council survey undertaken every 2 years• Feeling The Difference – Police survey for service users• Youth Council – Youth forum established for young people• Health Related Behaviour Survey – school-based survey for children andyoung people undertaken every 2 years• Social Media – Increasing use of twitter and Facebook across partners forsending public messages and interactive dialogue with the public

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