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Audit of Crime & Disorder 2004
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An ‘Urdu’ translation of this document is also available. If you require a copy, please contact: ACCRINGTO Vickie Rigg, The Community Safety Team,town surroun by a ring of o Tel: 01254 604677
ALTHAM water meadow where swans are found
CHURCH church on the site since the 16th Century - ’Church Kirk’
CLAYTON-LE-MOORS clay town on the moors -‘high tract of barren land’
GREAT HARWOOD wood where hares are found
OSWALDTWISTLE fork of land where two rivers meet
RISHTON place where rushes grow
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FOREWORD
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Michael Frankland, Chair of the Community Safety Partnership AREA COMMANDER VICE
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INTRODUCTION
The Crime and Disorder Act 1998 requires all Community Safety Partne (CSP’s) to undertake an audit of crime and disorder in their area every thre The ‘Audit’ is a review of both the statistical evidence of crime and disord the views of the community about levels of crime and disorder. The Audit is designed to inform the Community Safety Partnership about cri disorder issues in its locale, in order to inform its ‘Strategy’ for the next thre The new ‘Strategy’ will be implemented from April 2005, to address any newly id priorities or fresh community concerns, and will continue until March 2008. During Autumn 2004 an extensive and rigorous audit process was undertaken to determin crime and disorder problems across Hyndburn. The results were by no means surprising, but as a reflectionc rtihmeecaonsdt doisforderin the Borough was an estimated £107 million during 2003/2004. This is a cost which is having t by a number of agencies that provide public services within the Borough, which includes the Community Safety Partnership and members of the community. The problems highlighted within the Borough were not unique to Hyndburn - issues with alcohol were found to be common denominators when committing crime and disorder thro country. Social deprivation factors such as; poor educational attainment, ill health, poor unemployment and low income may be described as some of the key elements associated and disorder. A poor environment may also bring about adverse anti-social behaviour certain aspects such as; a lack of ownership, feeling of worthlessness or social responsi exclusion. Graffiti, broken glass, ‘grot-spots’, litter and decay may be seen as fundamental of the synergy between crime and disorder. single agency can tackle these problems alone. It is nationally reco t a co-ordinated and co-operative approach to problem solving is th way forward. Community Safety Partnerships (CSP) aim to encou multia-gency working and co-ordinate street-level delivery. The actions Community Safety Partnership must ‘add value’ and show evidence reduction in crime and diso nd an improvement in the qual life for residents within the Borough. The Hyndburn Community Safety Partnership Group consists of many statutory and vo organisations; including Hyndburn Borough C Lancashire County Council, Lancashire Const National Probation Service (Lancashire), Hynd Rossendale Victim Support Scheme, Lancashir Offending Team, Lancashire Police Authority, La Fire & Rescue Service, Hyndburn & Ribble Valley Care Trust, Connexions Lancashire, Hyndburn Co Empowerment Network (HyCEN), Neighbourhood Community Voice (NRCV), Hyndburn Magistrates Government Office North West and The Lancashi Action Tea
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The ‘Audit’ report The full ‘Audit’ report contains data from the majority of statutory authorities in Lancashir to give as broad a picture of crime and disorder problems in the Borough as possible. Emp given to data from Lancashire Constabulary, but this was supplemented by data from Lanc and Rescue, British Transport Police, Lancashire County Council, Hyndburn Borough Co Probation Service and the Health Service. Most data was reported at County, District and Ward boundary level, as they stood on the 2004. The data was gathered and collated by the MADE (Multi-Agency Data Exchange) Pro Hyndburn Community Safety Partnership. Comparisons were also drawn with the mos CSP/CDRP groups, Community Safety Partnerships in Lancashire and the British Crime Su Appendix 2). A glossary of terms can be found in Appendix 3 The main ‘Audit’ docum prepared by members of Hyndburn Borough Council Community Safety Team, with assist the MADE (Multi-Agency Data Exchange) Project and other partners. Contact details are gi end of the full ‘Audit’ report. The full document should also be read in conjunction with the County Audit prepared by the ‘MADE’ project. This can be found on the Safer Lancashire (details below). Data Discrepancies Data has been analysed in the compilation of this document from the ‘MADE’ databas recording systems such as CORA-L, CRS, INDEPOL and other partner agency databases. A there may be slight discrepancies, although very minor, for example there is a 0.01% err ‘All Recorded Crime’. The discrepancy may be due to the way the data is captured and mapped into ‘wards’, an month in which it was requested. In some circumstances, due to low percentages, it was n to provide an accurate picture but it was not thought to have an impact on the classifi outcomes reported in this document. The ‘Audit’ aimed to take a holistic view of crime and disorder. It looked at the demogr Hyndburn, overall crime levels and then considered the following themes:-
Safe and Secure Homes Safe and Secure Streets Anti-Social Behaviour Substance Misuse Safe and Secure Travel Ensuring Equality and Diversity Young People Business and Retail Finally, the Audit considered the cost of these crimes to the community and draws some c at the end of each theme. In essence, we will work together to make Hyndburn a safe place to live, work and visit. The full ‘Audit’ report will be placewdwown. saferlancashire.co.uk andwww.h ndburnbc. ov.uk s to view. 3
Geography of Hyndburn Hyndburn is bisected east to west by the M65. The main conurbation is Accrington. FIGURE1: MAP OFHYNDBURN SHOWING ROADS AND MAIN NEIGHBOURHO
LANCASTER
Lancashire
WYRE RIBBLE VALLEY PENDLE BLACKPOOL PRESTON FYLDE BURNLEY HYNDBURN SOUTH RIBBLE ROSSENDALE CHORLEY WEST LANCASHIRE
Clitheroe
A 680
Great Harwood A 678 J8 Altham B 6535To Clayton-le-Moors To PrestonRishtonA 678M 65Huncoat J7 M65 J6A 56 Church ACCRINGTON BlackburnA 679
B 6231Oswaldtwistle A 680 J5 A5 Belthorn A 677 A 6177
To Manchester
The Borough of Hyndburn
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FIGURE2: MAP OFHYNDBURNWARDS Hyndburn is currently divided into 16 council wards
Overton
Rishton
St. Oswald's
Netherton
Hyndburn Ward Map
Altham
Clayton-le-Moors Huncoat Milnshaw Church Peel Central St. Barnfield Andrew's Spring Hill
Immanuel
Baxenden
Demographics Population The 2001 Census showed that Hyndburn had a population of 81,496 , which had risen by 4% over the last decade. There were also 32,976 households. Hyndburn’s age and gender profile is shown opposite. The Borough appeared to and Wales
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