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Street-level crime maps go live

  • Published: Tuesday, 1 February 2011

Interactive maps showing you what crime and anti-social behaviour has happened on your street are now available. You can also access details about your neighbourhood policing team and find out about regular beat meetings, all at the touch of a button.

Street-level crime data for your area

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See what crime and anti-social behaviour has happened on your street

The interactive website lets you see levels of crime and anti-social behaviour in your area, all by doing a simple postcode search.

Available online and on mobile phones, the maps provide local information on the following crimes:

  • burglary
  • robbery
  • vehicle crime
  • violence
  • other crime
  • anti-social behaviour

This new information will allow people to tell their local police what their concerns about crime and disorder are, find out information about crime in their area and be able to hold police to account for how well they are dealing with the issues that matter locally.

Deputy Chief Constable Neil Rhodes, the Association of Chief Police Officers’ lead on crime information, said: "This new community-focussed approach means the public can access street level crime information simply by entering their street name or postcode into the website.

"Links to local neighbourhood policing teams will also be available and will help to build community involvement in policing.

"Making information available to the public will not only help to raise awareness of how the police service is working to reduce crime and disorder in communities, but will help reduce the fear of crime and in areas where crime is occurring, provide encouragement to the public to support the police with information and remain watchful when appropriate."

To access the new information, follow the link below.

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