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Crime Stats for Wednesfield North – “Shocking”.

Councillor Phil Bateman said “I have been taken a back by the fact that over this period these statistics are not getting any better.”

He went onto say -” Comparison of crime types in Wednesfield North between November 2016 and October 2017 are both shocking and frightening.

These are not my statistics they are crime statistics for Wednesfield North compiled by Police UK. The huge rise in violence and sexual offences has certainly startled me as the figures for Anti Social Behaviour, Burglary, Shoplifting, and Vehicle Crime has also.

It is these statistics and statistics like these for the whole of Wolverhampton, that led to me placing a resolution to Wolverhampton City Council this summer calling for the Government to make more Government financial resources available for the City of Wolverhampton.

Your three Labour Councillors Rita, Mary and I are committed to doing all we can, to ensure the Police and the Government recognise that your property, and your safety,  is vitally important, and will be strongly campaigned for by your three City Councillors.

Comparison of crime types in this area between November 2016 and October 2017 are here.” Let me know what you think!

Number of crimes

Crime type Total Percentage
Anti-social behaviour 402 19.09%
Bicycle theft 21 1.00%
Burglary 196 9.31%
Criminal damage and arson 162 7.69%
Drugs 16 0.76%
Other crime 20 0.95%
Other theft 196 9.31%
Possession of weapons 15 0.71%
Public order 71 3.37%
Robbery 24 1.14%
Shoplifting 350 16.62%
Theft from the person 14 0.66%
Vehicle crime 197 9.35%
Violence and sexual offences 422 20.04%

 

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Phil Bateman

Phil Bateman is Married to Mary and lives in Wednesfield North. He was a long serving local politician having served previously on the now defunct West Midlands County Council... read more

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