Depressing statistics

Anti Social Behaviour
 
 East Salford recorded a rate of 42.3 per 1,000 population for incidents of anti social behaviour. This is higher than the Salford rate (40.1) and lower than the Greater Manchester rate (47.5). The neighbourhood rate is lower compared to last years (46.8). 
 
Criminal Damage/Arson
 
 East Salford recorded a rate of 15.3 per 1,000 population for offences of criminal damage and arson, an increase from last years rate (11.9). This is higher when compared to both Salford (13.7) and Greater Manchester (11.9). 
 
Domestic Burglary (based on household rates).
 
 East Salford has recorded a rate of 15.2 per 1,000 household for offences of domestic burglary – an increase on last years rate (13.4). This is higher than both the Salford (9.1) and Greater Manchester rates (13.4). This is also the highest neighbourhood rate for the City.
 
Domestic Related Crime
 
 East Salford has recorded a rate of 7.3 per 1,000 population for domestic related crime. This is a higher rate when compared to both Salford (6.1) and Greater Manchester (7.0) and the 2nd highest rate for the City.
 
 
 
Violence with Injury
 
 East Salford has recorded a rate of 7.2 per 1,000 population for offences of violence with injury – an increase from last years rate (5.5). This is a higher rate when compared to Salford (5.7) but slightly lower than the Greater Manchester rate (7.3) and the 2nd highest rate for the City.
 
Litter and Fly Tipping
 
Between August 2014 and July 2015, the Neighbourhood contributes:  33.2% of the City’s total for dumping and fly tipping – the highest contributor for the City.
 
 27.4% of the City’s total for litter – the highest contributor for the City.
 
Green Space
 
 In 2014/15 the neighbourhood had 264.9 hectares of total green space of which 190.5 was accessible to the public. This equates to 12.9% of the City’s total green space

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