Community safety initiatives aim to reduce offending behaviour and reduce the negative impact of crime and anti-social behaviour on both individuals and local communities. By adopting a problem solving multi-agency approach as well as tackling the fear of crime and perceptions of safety, we can increase tangible outcomes for individuals and local communities.
Crime is an important feature of deprivation that has major effects on individuals and communities. Being a victim of crime or anti-social behaviour, or worrying about becoming a victim can have a hugely negative impact on health and wellbeing, both physical and emotional. Having a safe and secure place in which to live is essential for everyone, and it needs to be somewhere where people not only are safe, but where they feel safe.
The following factsheets provide background information that is used to develop the assessment and inform the Safe Durham Partnership Plan. Further data is available through the ‘Crime & Community Safety‘ theme under the ‘Themes’ menu above.
- Alcohol-related crime and disorder
- County Durham Youth Offending Service Rapid Health Needs Assessment of Young People Who Offend 2016/17
- Cyber Crime
- Domestic Abuse
- Embed Think Family
- Hate Crime
- Open Water Safety
- Overall Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour
- Perceptions of crime and anti-social behaviour and public confidence
- Preventing people being drawn into terrorism
- Road Casualty Reduction
- Safer Homes Initiative
- Young people:Prevention of Offending and Re-offending
Links to Data:
- Public Perceptions of Crime (ONS)
- Crime Severity Score (Experimental) Local Authority Level (ONS)
- Public Health Profiles – Wider Determinants of Health (Full Site):