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Population profile for Oxfordshire - Focus on Equalities
This paper provides a range of statistics about the population of Oxfordshire to facilitate abetter understanding of equalities issues in Oxfordshire.
Reducing the risk of violent crime
Forty–fifth Report of Session 2007–08Report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence
A guide to anti-social behaviour tools and powers
A summary of available interventions, the legislation and the supportive measures that can be implemented alongside enforcement tools. This is followed by detailed descriptions of the measures available for tackling anti-social behaviour.
The Geography of Bus Shelter Damage: The Influence of Crime, Neighbourhood Characteristics and Land-Use
This paper offers unique insights into the distribution of damage to bus shelters, in a single case study area, Merseyside (UK). The geography of bus shelter damage is examined in relation to the criminogenic and socio-economic characteristics of its neighbourhood, and the local land use context.
Police and Justice Act 2006
An Act to establich a national Policing Improvement Agency.
Neighbourhood Policing - A Joint Agenda
Report of a Conference Held in April 2006
Deconstructing distraction burglary, an ageist offence
This chapter is based upon research conducted in preparation for a Home Office funded evaluation of the Leeds Distraction Burglary Project.
Defining and measuring anti-social behaviour - development and practice report 26
This report sets out possible methods for defining and measuring anti-social behaviour at local level and sources of information that can be drawn upon for this purpose.
Distraction burglary amongst older adults and ethnic minority communities
To gain a better understanding of the extent of distraction burglary and the effects of being a target of this crime, the Taskforce commissioned two research studies. The first study concentrated on people over the age of 60, who are victimised most frequently. The second study looked at minority ethnic communities, who appear to be targeted less frequently by distraction burglars. This report presents the results of these two studies.
Rural Crime England and Wales
This report looks at the levels of crime and peopleís fear of crime in rural areas, derived from government statistics. It confirms that rural areas continue to experience lower levels of crime than those in urban areas.