Police praised for performance

THE Police in North Worcestershire have been praised on their performance.

It comes from The North Worcestershire Policing Board, made up of police authority members and local councillors, which said the police provide a “first rate service”.

Tony Ward OBE, chair of the Policing Board, said: “Supt Adrian Pass and his team are to be congratulated. Their performance has been excellent over the past year.

“I hope members of the public are reassured that despite these difficult times the police continue to provide a first rate service for the people in North Worcestershire.”

During 2011/12, compared to the previous year, there were 171 fewer victims of domestic burglary, 21 fewer victims of robbery and 3,756 fewer reports of antisocial behaviour The percentage of total crimes solved increased from 28 per cent to 32 per cent.

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7:46am Sun 10 Jun 12

DAVID1875 says...

Have the crime levels for vehicle crime,criminal damage,theft and shoplifting also come down-these categories have not been mentioned?Of course,the British Crime Survey continues to show that actual crime is twice that figure given by police as recorded crime,as many victims believe police will not bother to investigate many crimes.
Have the crime levels for vehicle crime,criminal damage,theft and shoplifting also come down-these categories have not been mentioned?Of course,the British Crime Survey continues to show that actual crime is twice that figure given by police as recorded crime,as many victims believe police will not bother to investigate many crimes. DAVID1875
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