Research and Intelligence Team, Policy, Research and Engagement Division, Strategic Services
Chief Executive’s Office.
For more information please contact Richard Brett
Health Deprivation and Disability Domain
Four indicators are used to calculate this domain of the overall Indices of Multiple
Deprivation 2010. They are:
an age/sex standardised measure of premature death
Comparative Illness and Disability Ratio
an age/sex standardised measure of
Measures of acute morbidity
an age/sex standardised rate of emergency
admissions to hospital
Proportion of adults under 60 suffering from mood or anxiety disorders
indicator for the proportion of adults suffering from mood or anxiety disorders.
Derby is ranked the 126
most deprived local authority out of 326 in the Health Deprivation
and Disability domain. Arboretum is among the 20% most deprived wards in the country and
is ranked the most deprived of all Derby wards.
Only one LSOA in Arboretum is not in the 20% most deprived nationally and this LSOA is in
Figure 19: Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2010 Health and Disability Domain by LSOA
Being Safe and Feeling Safe
Partnership working is at the heart of community safety in the city, with the responsible
working together to reduce crime, disorder, anti-social behaviour and
acts as the statutory Community Safety Partnership for the city to enable effective
partnership working in these areas.
From November 2012, Police and Crime Commissioners will be elected in the city. They will
Community Safety Budget, setting the police and crime priorities for the area and for holding
the Chief Constable to account.
Arboretum is covered by two police sections; the Derby North Section covers the city centre
and the Derby West Section the area south of the ring road.
There is a Community Police Office in the Heart of the Park building; an Enquiry Office at the
Tree Police Station.
Arboretum ward is covered by Derby City Safer Neighbourhood Area and Rose Hill Safer
Neighbourhood Area (see appendix 9 for a map).
Currently Arboretum ward is covered by two Safer Neighbourhood Teams (SNT); the Derby
Police Constables (PC); seven Police Community Support Officers (PCSO) and three
Special Constables (SC).
Membership of the Rose Hill SNT is one Sergeant, two
Both of these Safer Neighbourhood Teams also hold drop in surgeries.
The micro-charts in the Being Safe and Feeling Safe section show most recent eight quarters as well as high and low point
Individual crimes also show Derby ward average for the quarter.
In Derby City the Responsible Authorities are: Derbyshire Constabulary, Derbyshire Fire and Rescue, Derbyshire Probation
Community Safety, Derbyshire Constabulary
Part of Arboretum ward, approximately the area with the key evening and night-time
of the benefits of the scheme is lower crime and anti-social behaviour rates.
Domestic and Sexual Violence
The Domestic and Sexual Violence Advocate team cover the whole of Derby and provide
support, advice and information to victims of domestic and sexual violence, forced marriage
and honour based violence, stalking and harassment; working in partnership with the police,
health services, housing providers as well as local third sector organisations to try to ensure
the safety of victims and their families.
A Crime Prevention Team operates across the city, primarily providing a service for Derby
Homes tenants and victims of burglary, installing security locks etc and providing expert
advice on how to reduce the likelihood of becoming a victim of burglary as well as supporting
those at risk of harm identified by the Domestic and Sexual Violence Unit and other
At present decisions have not been made to changes to the transport infrastructure for the
city and for ward specific issues. These will be available later in the year and will be included
in future profile updates.
Community Safety Team
There is a Community Safety Team operating throughout the city. They work with partners to
respond to complaints of ASB and use a wide range of tools and powers to positively change
the behaviour of offenders and provide support for victims.
Less Harm Caused by Alcohol
NI20, while not an actual measure of harm caused by alcohol is a good proxy measure for
year. The figure remains considerably higher than the Derby average.
Table 19: Assaults with Injury (NI20)
incidents in Arboretum 2009/10, 2010/11 and
compared to Derby Ward Average
NI20, while not an actual measure of harm caused by alcohol is a good proxy measure for alcohol related violence and its