Isles of Scilly – missing street level crime and ASB

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    Anonymous

    We emailed the IoS neighbourhood team and the NPIA to let them know. Obviously, there isn’t much crime there at all http://www.ukcrimestats.com/Neighbourhood/Devon_and_Cornwall_Constabulary/Isles_of_Scilly – but it’s more than zero which is how it appears outside of a neighbourhood context, where we have to use street locations to identify which boundaries it falls into. This means for example, that the postal district codes TR22, TR23, TR24 and TR25 are all showing zero crime which is incorrect. It also means for example that the constituency of St Ives of Andrew George MP http://www.ukcrimestats.com/Constituency/65854, is missing these crimes and ASB incidents.

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    Anonymous

    We’ve just had an email back from Devon & Cornwall Constabulary Web & Digital Media Team – for which, many thanks. They confirmed that for December 2011, there were 4 events but two were not mapped due to incorrect co-ordinates and that otherwise something seems to have gone wrong with the data quality of the uploaded data. They have also confirmed that prior to December 2011, there was only one “snap point” covering all of the islands.

    We are looking at this now and will update you shortly.

    #879

    Anonymous

    We have advised D&C that we believe what has happened is that is that the historic uploaded csv street data files have been changed without public notification – but they are still not correct. Moreover, the data is still not right on police.uk (see Street-level crime and ASB by Month) and no locations are showing up for the street crime apart from January 2012 which had 1. Generally speaking, the neighbourhood totals should match the street totals unless for a fairly rare reason like a crime that happened with no location. We have asked D&C to kindly let us know when this is corrected and uploaded on http://www.police.uk/data so we can run a script at our end and fix it.

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    Anonymous

    In the graph there is mixture of crimes in the country and the ratio is getting down month by month.

    #881

    Anonymous

    Hi Jaycube, thanks for contributing to the forum – could you just give me a bit more detail about what you mean so I can properly investigate it? Thankyou.

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