Skegness

Population: 20,855
Policed by: Lincolnshire Police

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The following table and graphs show you crime and ASB breakdowns and trends for Skegness.

ASBBurglaryRobberyVehicleViolentDrugsCD&AShopliftingBike TheftTheft From the PersonOther TheftWeaponsPublic OrderOtherTotal
Jun 20141061016411624265122453270
May 2014972014481125254023224266
Apr 2014106110536521146516252234
Mar 2014102191552820263321181270
Feb 201472170329913114020472191
Jan 2014793317421023223221152251
Dec 201392220543931274221232263
Nov 20139727153911332021161104267
Oct 201388231348437246017266265
Sep 201377172103612281850280104247
Aug 2013132211554163728139381183376
Jul 201316017145410283197493102385
Jun 201311727283214322461301134311
May 2013812616458283532352133288
Apr 20138516012451522834113251
Mar 201384121831820342591233
Feb 2013101122625612282042218
Jan 2013951118371114172054223
Dec 201294241624613172373218
Nov 201295120623825222799236
Oct 20121231611543626513776331
Sep 20121301001252518353473306
Aug 2012157240953152948472113416
Jul 20121532311452113031241612367
Jun 20121381516291833304247323
May 201215920294114333229175361
Apr 20121476283772924351212319
Mar 201214029175518272227148348
Feb 20121461205236282111117270
Jan 2012122241540123510181210289
Dec 201189200234103830311110275
Nov 20111533709437442638144375
Oct 2011156161838927154668330
Sep 20111601126358302238209341
Aug 2011157144759133374
Jul 20111651811131110336
Jun 2011156261740123353
May 20112022401043135414
Apr 20111753401056166441
Mar 20112065011048139454
Feb 2011143222143798316
Jan 20111394502645111366
Dec 201011720004466247


Crime Plus ASB Breakdown for Skegness

Crime Breakdown (Dec 2010-Jun 2014)
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Crime Rate Trends
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Crime Type and ASB Charts for Skegness

All Crime + ASB
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All Crime (No ASB)
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Anti-Social Behaviour
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Robbery
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Burglary
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Vehicle Crime
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Violent Crime
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In September 2011, Other Crime was divided into 6 categories - Drugs, Public Disorder & Weapons (which was later split further and so is not displayed here), Criminal Damage & Arson (CD&A), Theft - Shoplifting, Theft-Other and Other.

Drugs
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Criminal Damage and Arson
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Theft - Shoplifting
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Theft - Other
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Miscelanious Other
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From May 2013, the following changes were made to the crime categories:
I) The violent crime category was renamed "violence and sexual offences"
2) A new category for "bicycle theft" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
3) A new category for "theft from the person" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
4) Public disorder and weapons were then split into two new categories; "public order" and "possession of weapons"
5) Both "other firearms offences" and "other knives offences" which were in "other crime" were moved into "possession of weapons".



Bike Theft
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Theft From the Person
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Possession of Weapons
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Public Order
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The Economic Policy Centre www.economicpolicycentre.com has made every effort in order to ensure that the data for UkCrimeStats is accurate and up to date. However, we are aware of certain deficiencies in this data which are beyond our control. That's because as a 3rd party developer, we do not collect the data, the Police do who then hand it over to another data company to release to 3rd party developers such as ourselves. We only download and analyse it so that you can use it. For full detail of these deficiencies, please read here.

Neighbourhood crime league table

The league table below looks at the total crimes and crime rate for June 2014 that occurred in all neighbourhoods within 5 miles of Skegness and orders them by lowest crime rate first.

 Total
RankNeighbourhoodTotalRate
1Skegness (0.00 miles)27012.95
2Ingoldmells & Chapel St. Leonards (4.63 miles)10413.93


Neighbourhood Events

Mobility Scooter and Bicycle Marking Event (Other)
    

The Neighbourhood Policing team would like to invite you to attend our Mobility Scooter and Bicycles tagging day. Scooter tagging is £6.00 and the Bicycle Tag is £6.00. This is a great way of protecting your property. To postcode your bikes and scooter is FREE of charge.


    Tower Esplanade Skegness
    15th September 2014 10:00 am

Neighbourhood Team

 NameRankPhoneMobileEmailFacebook
1Adam CorcoranVPCSO101skegness.npt@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
2Ben MorrisPCSO 2189101skegness.npt@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
3Claire ScottPCSO 2228101claire.scott@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
4Dave BunkerPCSO 2179101skegness.npt@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
5Emma GardinerPCSO 2259101skegness.npt@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
6Katie TaylorPCSO 2149101skegness.npt@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
7Michelle CollinsPCSO 2277101skegness.npt@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
8Natalie NichollsVPCSO101natalie.nicholls@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
9PC 1376 Steve Ellis101skegness.npt@lincs.pnn.police.uk  
10PCSO 2015 Dee Phillips101skegness.npt@lincs.pnn.police.uk  

OUR CURRENT PRIORITIES INCLUDE:



Dealing with any offenders of Anti Social Behaviour quickly and robustly in an attempt to reduce the number of ASB incidents reported in our area and to assist victims in achieving a better quality of life.



Road Safety outside the Schools within our area.



ACTIONS BEING TAKEN AGAINST OUR PRIORITIES:



We endeavour to deal with all reported incidents of Anti Social Behaviour in a professional and timely manner. The Team consider all the facts surrounding the report and deal with any offenders robustly to deter any further offences.
We plan to continue working with partner agencies in a joint approach to tackling ASB incidents in our area.



The Skegness Neighbourhood Policing Team are currently working on a joint agency Road Safety project to raise awareness of the dangers of parking inappropriately outside the Schools in our area. So far this includes working with Lincolnshire County Council Highways Department to deliver a Road Safety package to Children between the ages of 4 and 7. Including a letter to be sent home to parents outlining the dangers they cause to their own and other peoples children when parking inappropriately.
We are also asking for the assistance of the parking attendants to enforce any parking restrictions in these areas.
Lincolnshire County Council Highways Dept are currently in the consultation phase of getting the restrictions changed and speed humps installed in the area of the Skegness Infant and Junior Academies. The plans of which can be viewed by members of the public in Skegness Library.



UPDATES:
The reporting period between April 2013 and December 2013 has seen encouraging reductions in crime. Overall recorded crime for this period is down by 3% with 853 fewer crimes.
Burglary dwelling offences for this period are down 13.7% with 216 fewer crimes and Criminal damage is down 8.1% with 382 fewer crimes compared to the same period last year.
Recorded incidents of Anti Social Behaviour have reduced across the county by 18.1% meaning 3,811 fewer incidents in the period April to December 2013 compared to the same period last year.



LOCAL COMMUNITY NEWS and EVENTS:



See the Events page for more details on any up and coming events.



You can also stay up to date with your local Neighbourhood Policing Team by following PCSO Dave Bunker on Twitter @PCSO_Bunker or on our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/skegnessandcoastpolicingarea



GENERAL NEIGHBOURHOOD INFORMATION:



Skegness consists of privately owned dwellings; (usually on the periphery) large houses now operated as HMOs; private rented accommodation; social housing owned by Linx and Longhurst Housing plus approximately 5,000 caravans and permanent park homes.



Most of the population consists of white British or Northern European and are largely elderly. There are 6 schools and the same number of warden controlled sheltered accommodation. There is one Salvation Army operated centre for men and women who are intentionally or unintentionally homeless.



There are no large developments to speak of but there is one Industrial estate encompassing a business centre and college with a large sports centre and playing fields that is being developed. The biggest factory (Minebear) closed its doors several years ago and the Town Centre has seen the loss of several large shops including M+S.



Employment is not only largely seasonal but also mainly unskilled with the largest employers being the leisure and tourist industry and agricultural gang labouring. Butlins is not classed as Skegness but it does employ a large proportion of Eastern Europeans (mainly Polish, Latvian etc)



The only environmental issue is the risk of flooding if sea levels rise, due to the level of the land adjacent to the sea.

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