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The following report provides an overview of the MSOA: Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central (E02004328) using some of the main indicators used in the reports available via the 'Themes' menu above.

Indicators included from:
Population & Ethnicity
Economy & Employment
Deprivation
Poverty
Children & Young People
Health & Wellbeing
Crime & Community Safety
Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central (E02004328)
Population

It is essential to understand poulation size and characteristics in order to effectively plan and deliver services such as education, transport and healthcare. This section displays the latest population estimates for the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central MSOA.

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Sources:
Office for National Statistics (ONS): Sub-national population estimates (SNPEs).
7,363

Total estimated population
 (2018) 
Source: ONS*
3,523
(47.9%)
Male estimated population
 (2018) 
Source: ONS*
3,840
(52.2}%)
Female estimated population
 (2018) 
Source: ONS*
Population change since 2012
Population change since 2012
201320142015201620172018
Persons all ages
Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central7,2487,2757,2907,3197,3297,363
County Durham515,923517,573519,347521,776523,662526,980
North East2,610,5632,618,7362,624,5792,636,5892,644,7272,657,910
England53,865,81754,316,61854,786,32755,268,06755,619,43055,977,200
Source: ONS MYE
Population Estimates by MSOA
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Ethnicity and Country of Birth in for the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central MSOA

Source:
Office for national Statitics (ONS): 2011 Census
Ethnic makeup

Ethnicity Number %
All Usual Residents 7,337 100
White: British 7,220 98.4
White: Irish 10 0.1
White: Gypsy or Irish Traveller 0 0
Other White 42 0.6
Asian British: Bangladeshi 0 0
Asian British: Chinese 14 0.2
Asian British: Indian 1 0
Asian British: Pakistani 6 0.1
Asian British: Other 5 0.1
Black British: African 0 0
Black British: Caribbean 1 0
Black British: Other 1 0
Mixed: White and Asian 7 0.1
Mixed: White and Black African 4 0.1
Mixed: White and Black Caribbean 14 0.2
Other Mixed 7 0.1
Any other ethnic groups 1 0
Source: ONS Census 2011
Country of Birth

Country Number %
England 7,075 96.4
Scotland 104 1.4
Wales 13 0.2
Northern Ireland 16 0.2
Ireland 6 0.1
UK not otherwise specified 0 0
EU: Member in March 2001 47 0.6
EU Accession countries April 2001 - March 2011 28 0.4
Other EU 75 1
Other 48 0.7
Source: ONS Census 2011
Economy and Employment

2011 Census - Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central

The following are some of the main economic indicators available for the MSOA:  Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central.  Note: Many of the indicators available in the main Economy and Employment theme above are not available for sub-county areas.

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Sources:
Office for National Statistics (ONS): 2011 Census.
ONS IDBR: Office for National Statistics Inter Departmental Business Register
64.2%
(3,426.0 people)

Economic Activity Rate  
Source = ONS 2011 Census (2011)
56.7%
(3,023.0 people)

In Employment  
Source = ONS 2011 Census (2011)
5.4%
(290.0 people)

Unemployed  
Source = ONS 2011 Census (2011)
England R, S, T, U Other: 5 England Q Human health and social work activities: 12.4 England P Education: 9.9 England O Public administration and defence; compulsory social security: 5.9 England N Administrative and support service activities: 4.9 England M Professional, scientific and technical activities: 6.7 England L Real estate activities: 1.5 England K Financial and insurance activities: 4.4 England J Information and communication: 4.1 England I Accommodation and food service activities: 5.6 England H Transport and storage: 5 England G Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motor cycles: 15.9 England F Construction: 7.7 England E Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities: 0.7 England D Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply: 0.6 England C Manufacturing: 8.8 England B Mining and quarrying: 0.2 England A Agriculture, forestry and fishing: 0.8 North East R, S, T, U Other: 4.5 North East Q Human health and social work activities: 14.8 North East P Education: 9.7 North East O Public administration and defence; compulsory social security: 8.1 North East N Administrative and support service activities: 4.4 North East M Professional, scientific and technical activities: 4.6 North East L Real estate activities: 1.4 North East K Financial and insurance activities: 2.8 North East J Information and communication: 2.7 North East I Accommodation and food service activities: 5.8 North East H Transport and storage: 4.7 North East G Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motor cycles: 15.4 North East F Construction: 7.9 North East E Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities: 0.7 North East D Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply: 1 North East C Manufacturing: 10.2 North East B Mining and quarrying: 0.5 North East A Agriculture, forestry and fishing: 0.7 County Durham R, S, T, U Other: 4.3 County Durham Q Human health and social work activities: 14 County Durham P Education: 10.5 County Durham O Public administration and defence; compulsory social security: 8.7 County Durham N Administrative and support service activities: 4 County Durham M Professional, scientific and technical activities: 3.9 County Durham L Real estate activities: 1.2 County Durham K Financial and insurance activities: 2.2 County Durham J Information and communication: 2 County Durham I Accommodation and food service activities: 5.4 County Durham H Transport and storage: 4.5 County Durham G Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motor cycles: 14.6 County Durham F Construction: 8.3 County Durham E Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities: 1 County Durham D Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply: 1.1 County Durham C Manufacturing: 13.2 County Durham B Mining and quarrying: 0.4 County Durham A Agriculture, forestry and fishing: 0.9 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central R, S, T, U Other: 4.2 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central Q Human health and social work activities: 12.2 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central P Education: 8.3 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central O Public administration and defence; compulsory social security: 6.7 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central N Administrative and support service activities: 5.3 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central M Professional, scientific and technical activities: 1.8 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central L Real estate activities: 1.1 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central K Financial and insurance activities: 3.6 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central J Information and communication: 2.1 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central I Accommodation and food service activities: 4.5 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central H Transport and storage: 5.6 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central G Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motor cycles: 14.5 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central F Construction: 7 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central E Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities: 0.7 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central D Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply: 4.3 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central C Manufacturing: 17.7 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central B Mining and quarrying: 0.3 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central A Agriculture, forestry and fishing: 0.1 Chart for Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central using A Agriculture, forestry and fishing
The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2019 - Employment Domain

This domain measures the number of working age people in receipt of unemployment and worklessness related benefits including Jobseekers Allowance, Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit, Severe Disablement Allowance and Carer’s Allowance.

Note: The IMD 2019 was not released for the MSOA geography and data presented relates to the population distribution within the MSOA.

More information is available in our Deprivation theme or through the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/english-indices-of-deprivation-2019
In Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central

46.4% 

of the resident population live in areas in the top 10% most deprived nationally - Employment Domain.

(IMD2019; ONS 2017) 

Source: DCLG; ONS
In Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central

100.0% 

of the resident population live in areas in the top 30% most deprived nationally - Employment Domain.

(IMD2019; ONS 2017) 

Source: DCLG; ONS
Business Stock (Enterprises) 2018  

The IDBR provides information on active businesses broken down by legal status, industry, local authority, region, employment (public/private) and employee size bands.

Source abbreviations:
ONS IDBR = Office for National Statistics Inter Departmental Business Register
55

Business Enterprises in 2018  
 
Source = ONS IDBR
80

Local 'workplaces' (Units) in 2018  
 
Source = ONS IDBR
Enterprises by Employment Size 2018  
Acre Rigg and Peterlee CentralCounty Durham
Count% of totalCount% of total
Enterprises: Total 5510013,685100
Micro (0 to 9) 5090.712,04088
Small (10 to 49) 57.41,3459.8
Medium-sized (50 to 249) 002702
Large (250+) 01.9350.3
Source: Office for National Statistics Inter Departmental Business Register
Enterprises by Employment Size 2018  
Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central
% of totalCount
1 : Agriculture, forestry & fishing (A) 00
2 : Mining, quarrying & utilities (B,D and E) 00
3 : Manufacturing (C) 5.65
4 : Construction (F) 25.915
5 : Motor trades (Part G) 1.90
6 : Wholesale (Part G) 00
7 : Retail (Part G) 1.90
8 : Transport & storage (inc postal) (H) 11.15
9 : Accommodation & food services (I) 16.710
10 : Information & communication (J) 3.70
11 : Financial & insurance (K) 00
12 : Property (L) 00
13 : Professional, scientific & technical (M) 16.710
14 : Business administration & support services (N) 5.65
15 : Public administration & defence (O) 00
16 : Education (P) 3.70
17 : Health (Q) 00
18 : Arts, entertainment, recreation & other services (R,S,T and U) 7.45
Source: Office for National Statistics Inter Departmental Business Register
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Employment - Jobs

Source abbreviations:

ONS BRES = Office for National Statistics Business Register Employment Survey

The BRES is a sample survey of businsesses (sample size of around 80,000) collecting employment information from across the whole of the UK economy for each site that they operate. The data is broken down by full/part-time, public/private sector and by industry and is available from a national level down to sub-county areas (Lower Super Output areas – LSOAs - in England).

Related Factsheet
BRES Jobs in County Durham
1,036

Total local 'jobs' in 2018  
 
Source = ONS BRES
406

Local jobs in the public sector in 2018  
 
Source = ONS BRES
630

Local jobs in the private sector in 2018  
 
Source = ONS BRES
Summary of Jobs in Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central (2018)
Acre Rigg and Peterlee CentralCounty DurhamNorth East
Count% change from previous yearCountCount
Total number of Jobs1,0363.1177,4361,083,502
Total number of Employees1,022-7.5170,5271,054,695
Total number of Full-time Employees4512.7114,638704,285
Total number of Part-time Employees5703.655,889350,410
ONS BRES = Office for National Statistics Business Register Employment Survey
Deprivation

The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2019 by MSOA

The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2019 is the official measure of relative deprivation for small areas (or neighbourhoods) in England.  The Index of Multiple Deprivation ranks every small area (Lower Super Output Area - LSOA) in England from 1 (most deprived area) to 32,844 (least deprived area).

Note: The IMD 2019 was not released for the MSOA geography and data presented relates to the population distribution within the MSOA.

This report shows information on IMD and the underlying domain indices.

More information is available in our Deprivation Theme or through the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/english-indices-of-deprivation-2019

Source:
DCLG: Department for Communities and Local Government
In the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  MSOA

0.0% 

of the resident population live in areas in the top 10% most deprived nationally.

(IMD2019; ONS 2017) 

Source: DCLG; ONS
In the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  MSOA

80.9% 

of the resident population live in areas in the top 30% most deprived nationally.

(IMD2019; ONS 2017) 

Source: DCLG; ONS
Summary for the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central MSOA by Domain
Distribution of the Resident Population (ONS 2017)
(Distribution across County Durhan on average is 10% and 41.8% respectively)
(Distribution across England on average is 10% and 30% respectively)

Index/Domain % of the resident population living in the top 10% most deprived areas nationally  % of the resident population living in the top 30% most deprived areas nationally
Overall Index  0.0 80.9 
Income Domain  15.6 80.9 
Employment Domain  46.4 100.0 
Education, Skills and Training Domain  0.0  64.7 
Health Deprivation and Disability Domain  66.5 100.0
Crime Domain  33.5 85.6 
Barriers to Housing and Services Domain  0.0 0.0 
Living Environment Domain  0.0  0.0 
Income Sub-domains    
Income Deprivation Affecting Children Index (IDACI) Sub-domain  15.6 82.4 
Income Deprivation Affecting Older People (IDAOPI) Sub-domain  0.0  83.7
Source: DCLG 2015; ONS 2017 Population Estimates
Poverty

Children in Low Income Families - (2016)

The following indicators are taken from the main 'Poverty' theme accessible via the 'Themes' menu above.

Children under 16, living in families in receipt of Child Tax Credit whose reported income is less than 60% of the median income, or in receipt of either Income Support or Income-Based Jobseekers Allowance.

Children in Low Income Families in the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central MSOA

Sources:
HM Revenues and Customs
Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Low Income – High Cost (LIHC) measure
Families in receipt of Child Tax Credit with income <60% of median income or in receipt of Income Support or Income-Based Jobseekers AllowanceAcre Rigg and Peterlee CentralCounty DurhamNorth EastEngland
Percentage of children living in low income families26.421.422.217
Number of children living in low income families 47021,850118,3901,974,035
Percentage of children living in lone parent low income families17.714.114.811.1
Number of children of lone parents living in low income families 31514,39578,9201,293,720
Percentage of children living in two-parent low income families8.17.37.45.9
Number of children in two-parent families living in low income families 1457,45039,465680,315
Percentage of children under 16 living in low income families26.421.822.617
Number of children under 16 living in low income families 39519,060103,4301,707,835
Source: HM Revenue and Customs
Fuel Poverty - (2017) 

Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Low Income – High Cost (LIHC) measure.

A household is considered to be fuel poor if it has higher than typical energy costs to provide an indoor environment that does not adversely affect their health and wellbeing (21c in living room and 18c in the rest of the house), and would as a result be left with a disposable income below the poverty line if it spent the required money to meet those costs.

It captures the fact that fuel poverty is distinct from general poverty: not all poor households are fuel poor, and some households would not normally be considered poor but could be pushed into fuel poverty if they have high energy costs.

Fuel poverty is therefore an overlapping problem of households having a low income and facing high energy costs.

Further information is available in our Fuel Poverty factsheet or from the link below.

Source: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/annual-fuel-poverty-statistics-report-2018
Fuel Poverty in the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central MSOA since 2012
201220132014201520162017
Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central
Percentage of households in fuel poverty 9.510.511.313.314.612.5
Number of households in fuel poverty 289329356421464402
County Durham
Percentage of households in fuel poverty 11.411.512.213.31411.8
Number of households in fuel poverty 25,07926,05027,61830,24231,90627,309
North East
Percentage of households in fuel poverty 11.611.812.213.313.811.8
Number of households in fuel poverty 128,971134,895139,490151,942159,311138,230
England
Percentage of households in fuel poverty 10.410.410.61111.110.9
Number of households in fuel poverty 2,282,5792,346,7152,379,3572,502,2172,550,5652,532,195
Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Low Income – High Cost (LIHC) measure
Children and Young People in Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central

The following indicators are taken from the main 'Children and Young People' theme accessible via the 'Themes' menu above.

Sources:
ONS: Office for National Statistics
DCLG: Department for Communities and Local Government
HM Revenues and Customs
1,710

Total estimated population
aged 0 - 17
 (2018) 

Source: ONS*
610

Total estimated population
aged 18 - 24
 (2018) 

Source: ONS*
In the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  MSOA

15.6% 

of the 0 to 15 population live in areas in the top 10% most deprived nationally - IDACI.

(IMD2019; ONS 2017) 

Source: DCLG; ONS
26.4%
of children living in poverty in families
 (2016) 
Source: HM Revenue & Customs
26.4%
of children under 16 living in poverty in families
 (2016) 
Source: HM Revenue & Customs
Children living in families in receipt of Child Tax Credit whose reported income is less than 60% of the median income, or in receipt of either Income Support or Income-Based Jobseekers Allowance.
Health and Wellbeing in Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central

The following indicators are taken from the main 'Health and Wellbeing' theme accessible via the 'Themes' menu above.

Sources:
Office for National Statistics (ONS): 2011 Census
Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG): Index of Deprivation 2015
National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP)
In the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  MSOA

66.5% 

of the resident population live in areas in the top 10% most deprived nationally - Health Domain.

(IMD2019) 

Source: DCLG; ONS
The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2019 - Health Domain

This domain measures premature death and the impairment of quality of life from poor health. It considers both physical and mental health indicators comprising underlying indicators measuring years of potential life lost, comparative illness and disability ratio, acute morbidity and mood and anxiety disorders

Note:
 The IMD 2019 was not released for the MSOA geography and data presented relates to the population distribution within the MSOA.

More information is available in our Deprivation theme or through the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/english-indices-of-deprivation-2019
National Child Measurement Programme

The (NCMP) measures the height and weight of children in Reception class (aged 4 to 5) and year 6 (aged 10 to 11), to assess overweight and obesity levels in children within primary schools.

Excess weight (overweight and obese) is a key public health issue, posing a major health challenge and risk to future health and wellbeing and life expectancy in County Durham. The World Health Organisation (WHO) regards childhood obesity as one of the most serious global health challenges for the 21st century.

Source:
NCMP
National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) - percentage of children in Reception who are obese
Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central 11.7%
County Durham 10.5%
North East 10.8%
England 9.5%
National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) - percentage of children in Reception who are overweight or obese
Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central 24.4%
County Durham 24.5%
North East 24.7%
England 22.4%
National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) - percentage of children in Year 6 who are obese
Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central 23%
County Durham 22.5%
North East 22.6%
England 20%
National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) - percentage of children in Year 6 who are overweight or obese
Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central 37.9%
County Durham 37.3%
North East 37.3%
England 34.2%
2011 Census - Self-reported indicators

The following indicators are derived from the 2011 Census results.

People with Limiting Long Term Illness or Disability - Self-reported
Acre Rigg and Peterlee CentralCounty DurhamNorth EastEngland
%Count%%%
Day-to-day activities limited a little % 11.75,42111.410.79.3
Day-to-day activities limited a lot % 14.41,06012.3118.3
Day-to-day activities not limited % 73.985676.478.482.4
Source: 2011 Census; Self-reported Limiting Long Term Illness/Disabilities
#color:0x056492 England  Day-to-day activities limited a lot %: 8.3 #color:0x056492 England  Day-to-day activities limited a little %: 9.3 #color:0xE0400A North East  Day-to-day activities limited a lot %: 11 #color:0xE0400A North East  Day-to-day activities limited a little %: 10.7 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Day-to-day activities limited a lot %: 12.3 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Day-to-day activities limited a little %: 11.4 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Day-to-day activities limited a lot %: 14.4 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Day-to-day activities limited a little %: 11.7 Chart for Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central using Day-to-day activities limited a lot
General Health - Self-reported
Acre Rigg and Peterlee CentralCounty DurhamNorth EastEngland
%Count%%%
Very good health % 40.12,94342.44447.2
Good health % 32.82,40333.433.334.2
Fair health % 17.21,26116.115.213.1
Bad health % 7.85736.35.84.2
Very bad health % 2.11571.81.71.2
Source: 2011 Census; Self-reported General Health
#color:0x056492 England  Very bad health %: 1.2 #color:0x056492 England  Bad health %: 4.2 #color:0x056492 England  Fair health %: 13.1 #color:0x056492 England  Good health %: 34.2 #color:0x056492 England  Very good health %: 47.2 #color:0xE0400A North East  Very bad health %: 1.7 #color:0xE0400A North East  Bad health %: 5.8 #color:0xE0400A North East  Fair health %: 15.2 #color:0xE0400A North East  Good health %: 33.3 #color:0xE0400A North East  Very good health %: 44 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Very bad health %: 1.8 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Bad health %: 6.3 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Fair health %: 16.1 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Good health %: 33.4 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Very good health %: 42.4 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Very bad health %: 2.1 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Bad health %: 7.8 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Fair health %: 17.2 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Good health %: 32.8 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Very good health %: 40.1 Chart for Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central using Good health
People providing Unpaid Care - Self-reported
Acre Rigg and Peterlee CentralCounty DurhamNorth EastEngland
%Count%%%
Provides no unpaid care % 87.96,44888.38989.8
Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week % 5.84276.76.46.5
Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week % 2.11521.71.61.4
Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week % 4.23103.332.4
Source: 2011 Census; Self-reported Providing Unpaid Care
#color:0x056492 England  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 2.4 #color:0x056492 England  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 1.4 #color:0x056492 England  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 6.5 #color:0xE0400A North East  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 3 #color:0xE0400A North East  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 1.6 #color:0xE0400A North East  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 6.4 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 3.3 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 1.7 #color:0xFCB441 County Durham  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 6.7 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 4.2 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 2.1 #color:0x418CF0 Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 5.8 Chart for Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central using Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week
Crime and Community Safety in Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central

The following indicators are taken from the main 'Crime and Community Safety' theme accessible via the 'Themes' menu above.

Sources:
DCLG: Department for Communities and Local Government
data.police.uk*
*geocoded, single crime case data have been aggregated to LSOA level and then sub-county geographies. Rates are calculated per 1000 population. 12 month rolling figures use an average of the population monthly figures over the same period. Where the dates for the crime data exceed the latest available date for population estimates, the latest population figure was used for any crime rates after that date (no extrapolating).
871

Total number of crime cases
during the most recent 12 month period
 (Nov-18 - Oct-19) 

Source: data.police.uk*
118.3

Total crime rate per 1000 population
during the most recent 12 month period
 (Nov-18 - Oct-19) 

Source: data.police.uk*
73

Total number of crime cases
during the most recent month
 (Oct-19) 

Source: data.police.uk*
279

Total number of ASB cases 
during the most recent 12 month period
 (Nov-18 - Oct-19) 

Source: data.police.uk*
37.9

Total ASB rate per 1000 population
during the most recent 12 month period
 (Nov-18 - Oct-19) 

Source: data.police.uk*
14

Total number of ASB cases 
during the most recent month
 (Oct-19) 

Source: data.police.uk*
Crime Types

Overall geocoded, recorded crimes and rates per 1,000 resident population - by crime type in Nov-18 - Oct-19
Acre Rigg and Peterlee CentralCounty DurhamNorth EastEngland
RateCountRateCountRateCountRateCount
Anti-social behaviour Rate37.927926.814,11335.995,36821.61,208,869
Bicycle theft Rate1.4100.63141.13,0021.584,066
Burglary Rate9.9736.63,4586.717,8586.6370,672
Criminal damage and arson Rate2014714.47,60915.541,2748.9496,256
Drugs Rate172.11,1002.46,3562.7150,762
Possession of weapons Rate0.860.52600.82,2470.843,104
Public order Rate10.6787.33,8331231,7557.1395,006
Robbery Rate0.540.31650.71,7401.583,815
Shoplifting Rate6.54884,2021026,5525.8325,040
Theft from the person Rate0.430.526312,7641.9105,642
Vehicle crime Rate6.8504.32,246615,8857.6426,777
Violence and sexual offences Rate46.334139.820,98540106,342301,676,362
Other theft Rate9.46984,19810.227,0028.6480,028
Other crime Rate4.8352.61,3682.66,8221.792,875
Source: data.police.uk
The Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) 2019 - Crime Domain
The Crime domain measures the rate of recorded crime in an area for four major crime types representing the risk of personal and material victimisation at a small area level. The types are violence, burglary, theft and criminal damage.   

Note: The IMD 2019 was not released for the Middle Super Output Area (MSOA) geography and data presented relates to the resident population distribution within the MSOA.

More information is available in our Deprivation theme or through the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/english-indices-of-deprivation-2019
In the Acre Rigg and Peterlee Central MSOA

33.5% 

of the resident population live in areas in the top 10% most deprived nationally - Crime.

(IMD2019; ONS 2017) 
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