You can now see what crime has occurred in your area on easy to read maps.

 

Click here to see crime in your area

 

“on the Police page click on crime map and enter your postcode or town, and then zoom in on the map. You can select ‘crimes by type’, to show what has happened over the last couple of months in your area. Safer Cornwall has a dedicated intelligence team who work on combining data from many different sources to give the partnership the evidence it needs to operate an evidence led business approach – this approach is recognised as one of the hallmarks for a successful community safety partnership.”

More information is available in the Strategic Assessment (see details below) or from the Intelligence Team who can be contacted by email on communitysafety@cornwall.gov.uk

 

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The  Safer Cornwall Strategic Assessment provides a profile of crime and disorder in Cornwall, identifies high risk people and places, considers future threats and opportunities and the actions that Safer Cornwall and partners are taking to tackle the issues identified. The 2012/13 strategic assessment identified four priorities and one additional risk area that most affect communities in Cornwall:

  • Domestic abuse and sexual violence
  • Alcohol, violence and the night time economy
  • Anti-social behaviour
  • Reoffending
  • Additional risk: hate crime and hidden harm

Priorities and objectives for tackling crime and disorder, directed by the evidence within this assessment, are reflected in the Safer Cornwall Partnership Plan and inform planning processes for all community safety partners. These priorities are set for the next three years and the new 2013-16 Safer Cornwall Partnership Plan is the first year of the new three year cycle. The annual strategic assessment over the next three years will focus on these priorities and provide an update on our progress in addressing them and making Cornwall safer. The strategic assessment is closely linked to other assessments that inform the way that services are delivered in Cornwall, such as the Young People’s Crime and Substance Use Assessment, the Alcohol Needs Assessment and the Adult Drug Treatment Needs Assessment, all of which can also be downloaded from this page.

A library of documents and publications to download covering all aspects of crime and disorder in Cornwall can be viewed by clicking button below

 

Library – Strategies and Evidence

 

 

 

 

 

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Safer Cornwall are a working partnership involving: