Community safety strategic assessment

This paper highlights key issues around community safety, anti-social behaviour, domestic abuse and crime in Poole that form part of the Safer Poole Strategic Assessment.

Key issues

Incidents of anti-social behaviour in 2010/11 in Poole were reduced by 18% in comparison to the previous year.

Autumn 2010 Poole Opinion Panel survey reported that 49% of respondents felt anti-social behaviour had increased in Poole in the last 12 months, and that 72% of respondents felt that anti-social behaviour was a very or fairly big problem in Poole. 

Incidents of domestic abuse that were reported to the police in 2010/11 increased by 14% in comparison to the previous year.

58% of respondents to the Community Safety Survey (Quarter 4 2010/11) agreed with the statement 'The police and the local council are dealing with the anti-social behaviour and crime issues that matter in this area'.

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