The most dangerous neighborhoods to live in according to official crime statistics
Skegness is one of the most dangerous places to live according to official police statistics.
Police.uk shows the number of reported crimes in different parts of Lincolnshire, and as of October 2021 (the most recent month for which statistics were available at the time of writing) shows Skegness to be one of the most Lincolnshire’s most dangerous place to live.
Between October 2020 and October 2021, 4,386 crimes were committed in the city, which has just under 20,000 inhabitants.
In the most recent month with data, 387 crimes were committed. Boston, which hosts around 1.9 times as many people, recorded just 1.5 times as many crimes in October 2021.
In September 2021, Skegness hit a record high number of crimes committed in the past 12 months, with 453.
Here are the top five areas for crime figures, based on the most recent data available.
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Statistics also show where crime is lowest.
Crime number (October 2021)
It shows that the Lincoln Hartsholme area has one of the lowest crime rates in the country, with just 21 crimes committed in October 2021 and a peak of 39 in May 2021.
This area includes Birchwood and Hartsholme Country Park.
C / Sup. Kate Anderson, East Zone Commander said: ‘Lincolnshire is an incredibly safe county to live in and although we know it the Lincolnshire Police are not complacent and are committed to making the county the safest place to live. live, work and visit.
âOver the past year, we have worked tirelessly to reduce crime, and there were over 1,800 fewer crimes compared to the previous year.
âIt means fewer victims and safer communities.
âSome of the biggest reductions are in burglaries and gun crimes, which we know are high priorities for our residents.
âIt is fair to reflect the fact that there are different levels of crime in different areas and the types of crime also vary from place to place.
Nationally, urban areas may experience higher levels of retail crime, such as shoplifting, than more rural areas, which can translate into higher levels of crime. .
âWe have dedicated neighborhood police officers who work with communities and partners to understand the root causes of crime and undertake problem-solving work to prevent further crime and anti-social behavior.
âWe are grateful for the continued support of members of the public, partners, advisers, our staff and volunteers who continue to dedicate their time and effort to collectively reduce crime.
“It is by continuing to work with communities that we can build on the successes of the past year and continue to make Lincolnshire the safe county that it is.”
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