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Alert message sent 11/10/2011 19:00:00
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BIBOROUGH WARD UPDATE OCTOBER 2011

 

DENEWOOD BEAT

Great news

Compared to the same period last we Burglary Dwelling has been reduced by 35%.

Fraud offences are reduced by 50% also.

Most other offences are still hovering around the same numbers recorded for this period last year with some slight reductions.

The areas where we have seen an increase has been criminal damage which currently is up 21%.Theft offences have also seen an increase of 45%

Criminal damage was agreed as one of the Neighbourhood Priorities, details of which can be seen on our front page for Aspley and Bilborough.

Theft of lead incidents and garden ornaments etc has affected the performance of the crime figures.

 

STRELLEY BEAT

Great news

So far this year all crime on the Strelley beat is down by almost 10%.

Burglary Dwelling is reduced by over 81% compared to the same period last year.

Vehicle crime is down by over 66%.

Non residential Burglary is down by 46%

Theft is down by43%

The only areas that have seen a noticeable increase are

Criminal Damage up 34%

Violence against the person up 68%

Criminal damage has been identified as a Neighbourhood Priority and our plan can be viewed on the front page of the Aspley and Bilborough Web site.

We continue to work with our partners to reduce violence, most of which involves domestic related incidents.

 

 

BILBOROUGH BEAT

 

There has been a large reduction in crime recorded from last month. There were 58 Recorded incidents this month which is a lowest of 2011 and is a 32% reduction year to date.

There has been a reduction in most areas of crime this month with a record low on recorded domestic incidents.

We are delighted that September has been our best month to date this year and we have all worked really hard to achieve this.

I am delighted to announce that this has been the best month in 2011 for Burglary Dwellings with none reported in the month of September which is fantastic news. 

Compared to the figures month to date we had 8 Burglary Dwellings this time last year and this month we have had not one reported.

We have been running an operation this month targeting the hot spot areas looking at the areas hit this time last year along with our current target areas. We have been patrolling early evening and late at night which are the peak times.

 

BALLOON WOODS BEAT

 

Great news all crime is down on the Balloon Woods beat area by 9.8% compared to the same period last year.

Burglary Dwelling has so far seen a reduction of nearly 77% with only three so far this year. That means 13 fewer victims of Burglary.

Vehicle crime is down by 16.7%

Non residential Burglary is down by 50%

Criminal damage down by 17%

The only increase we have noted compared to last year is violence however much of this can be linked to domestic related incidents and that we also record threats of violence in this way.

Robbery has also shown an increase for the same period compared to last year with 8 incidents being reported to us.

 

 

 

 

 

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Gary Bulmer (Police, SGT 2846, Aspley/Bilborough)

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