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A website showing the levels of crime and antisocial behaviour
on the country’s streets has been launched at
By typing in a postcode, people can immediately see what crime
and antisocial behaviour has happened in their area.
A look at the City of London’s streets highlights the Square
Mile’s low crime rate, as well as giving details about
neighbourhood policing teams, Community Partnership meetings and
the latest police news.
The website launched on 1 February, and received more than 18
million hits an hour on its first day.
The online map will allow residents across England and Wales to
view crime in their area at the touch of a button, including
statistics for burglary, robbery, violence, vehicle crime, other
crime and anti-social behaviour.
Publication of the new information forms a key part of the drive
to make policing more accountable to the public. The new site was
developed by the National Policing Improvement Agency on behalf of
the Home Office and involved close collaboration between all 43
police forces in England and Wales.
To see the new website, go to