Research and Intelligence Team, Policy, Research and Engagement Division, Strategic Services
Chief Executive’s Office.
For more information please contact Richard Brett
Figure 20: NI20 Incidents per Output Area 2011
Measure is currently under development and will be signed off shortly
There were however considerably higher volumes of serious collisions, slight collisions,
A map highlighting road injury collision locations can be found in appendix 11.
Traffic Management and Road Safety
See Appendix 3 Indicator Data numbers of collisions
This will be measured via the Derby Plan Survey. Confidence levels however will not be very
Arboretum. The results for this should be available shortly and will be included in the next
update of the profiles.
According to the Derby CSP 2008 Survey a considerably higher number of Arboretum
Table 20: Percentage who feel ASB is an issue in their local area
Percentage who perceived ASB to be an issue
in their neighbourhood
The number of ASB Calls for Police Service (CFS)
in 2011 was comparable to the
Burton Road, all routes into the city centre.
These are calls to the Police requesting assistance and one CFS does not necessarily equal one incident. ASB issues are
This will be measured via British Crime Survey (BCS) comparator crimes or the monthly
The number of BCS comparator crimes
increased slightly in 2011 when compared to the
previous year and the figure remains considerably higher than the Derby average.
BCS Comparator Crimes 2010 and 2011 and comparison to Derby Ward Average
For a full list of crimes see appendix 10
and Burton Road, all routes into the city centre.
Figure 22: BCS Crimes per Output Area 2011
Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2010
Seven indicators are used to calculate this domain of the overall Indices of Multiple
Recorded crime rate for violence
Recorded crime rate for theft
Recorded crime rate for criminal damage.
Derby is ranked the 89
most deprived local authority out of 326 in the Crime domain.
of all Derby wards.
All LSOA’s in Arboretum are i