Thanet crime

How much crime is there in Thanet?

What information is there on crime in Thanet?

The main source of national information on crime is the Police, who supply information to the Home Office.

Why is information on crime important to Thanet District Council?

Information on crime is important to the Council because Community Safety is a statutory duty that  the Council takes seriously, as a key part of social wellbeing.

How much recorded crime is there in Thanet?

Trends in overall numbers of recorded crimes per thousand people in Kent Districts

These show that overall crime levels have been falling everywhere in Kent over the last three years, but that Thanet has a greater proportion of crime per thousand residents than all other Kent districts except Dartford.

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Trends in overall numbers of recorded crimes in Kent Districts 

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Source: Kent Community Safety Partnership

We intend to update the data in June each year.

 

What is the trend in the level of dwelling house burglaries in Thanet?

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Source: Kent Community Safety Partnership

We intend to update the data in May each year.

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What is the trend in the level of violent crime in Thanet?

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Source: Kent Community Safety Partnership

We intend to update the data in May each year.

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What is the trend in the level of criminal damage in Thanet?

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Source: Kent Community Safety Partnership

We intend to update the data in May each year.

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Sources and access notes

 

I want to find about crime in my street, or my town

 

Or

 

I would like to know who is in the police team for my area

 

Police information: click on the crime map link and enter your postcode. 

I would like to find out about neighbourhood watch

 

Neighbourhood Watch - Use the postcode search to find what the schemes are in your area

Crime Stoppers

Crime Stoppers - an anonymous way to report crime

 

Preventing child abuse

Police Child Exploitation & Online Protection Centre - advice on  helping to keep children safe

 

Being safe online

Get Safe Online - advice on internet safety

 

I want to see where the information comes from..

 

General sources notes

 

Home Office Recorded Crime

The Home Office - Long-term crime patterns from 1898

 

Home Office records at local authority level

The Home Office - use the link to recorded crime at local authority level

 

Home Office British Crime Survey (BCS)

The Home Office - An annual government survey of crime across the country.

 

UK National Statistics Crime & Justice

UK National Statistics - a series of links to statistics on crime and justice