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Monday, 22 October 2018

Crime maps extended

One year on from its launch, the interactive website now features incidents of crime and antisocial behaviour recorded at all train stations and railway networks across England and Wales.

Communities will also start to see incidents that occurred on or near a range of additional local sites including shopping areas, nightclubs, hospitals, parks and parking areas.

Information is power

Nick Herbert, Minister for Policing and Criminal Justice, said: ‘Our crime mapping website is continuing to evolve and revolutionise the way people access crime data.

‘The public appetite is clear with 453 million hits to the website since its launch. We have listened to public demand for even more detailed information.

‘Information is power — and crime mapping helps transfer power back to local people. Together with the election of Police and Crime Commissioners later this year we are helping the public to hold local forces to account.’

See the outcome

From May 2012 the public will also be able to use to see what happens after a crime has occurred in terms of a police action or a justice outcome.

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