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PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - Across Cornwall, there were a total of 10,038 incidents of ASB recorded by police last year, including vandalism, verbal abuse, shouting, swearing, fighting, intimidation and harassment

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PremierLeague-News.Com - Cornwall - Across Cornwall, there were a total of 10,038 incidents of ASB recorded by police last year, including vandalism, verbal abuse, shouting, swearing, fighting, intimidation and harassment

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20 June 2022 - 04:30

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Truro city centre is the worst place in Cornwall for anti-social behaviour, new police figures have revealed. There were 587 incidents of anti-social behaviour (ASB) recorded in the Truro South and Central neighbourhood in 2021-22. These incidents can include vandalism, verbal abuse, shouting, swearing, fighting, intimidation and harassment. When compared to the population, that equates to 88 crimes for every 1,000 people living in the neighbourhood - the highest rate in Cornwall and much higher than the national average of 21 incidents per 1,000 people. The previous year Truro and Camborne had the joint highest number of ASB incidents. At the other end of the spectrum, Altarnun and Stoke Climsland is the safest neighbourhood for ASB, with just five incidents for every 1,000 residents. Across Cornwall as a whole, there were a total of 10,038 incidents of ASB recorded by police last year, which was a 26% drop from 13,525 during the year ending March 2021. Read more: Tobacco tin stolen from White Hart pub in Camborne and there is 'ell up However, much of that year was spent in lockdown due to the pandemic, which may have affected the figures. In particular, police clamped down on groups gathering together due to Covid-19 restrictions, which may have been classed as “anti-social”. You can see if the number of ASB incidents has been rising or falling in your area using our interactive, along with how that compares to the national picture. Simply enter your postcode below: Across nearly 7,000 neighbourhoods in England and Wales - with the exception of Greater Manchester, where police were unable to provide localised figures due to ongoing computer issues - there were 1.

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.8 million during the pandemic. The National Police Chiefs’ Council (NPCC) said the pandemic spike was due to breaches of public health regulations that “would not be considered ASB in normal times”. While some forms of anti-social behaviour can seem relatively trivial, this type of offending can have a major impact on people’s lives in the neighbourhoods where it takes place. Victim Support says many people who experience anti-social behaviour may find that they can’t sleep, feel constantly anxious and “on edge”, are frightened to go out and don’t feel safe in their own homes. Cornwall neighbourhoods with the highest levels of anti-social behaviour Location - ASB offences in 2021-22 - ASB offences in 2020-21 Truro South & Central - 587 - 614 Penzance Quay - 450 - 501 Newquay West - 410 - 450 Liskeard - 252 - 333 Falmouth East - 227 - 224 St Austell Central - 317 - 501 Camborne West - 217 - 327 Bodmin East - 257 - 275 Falmouth North - 230 - 318 Camborne East - 246 - 285 Cornwall neighbourhoods with the lowest levels of anti-social behaviour Location - ASB offences in 2021-22 - ASB offences in 2020-21 Altarnun & Stoke Climsland - 42 - 82 Poundstock & Kilkhampton - 39 - 90 Ponsanooth, Mabe Burnthouse & Constantine - 64 - 88 Mylor Bridge & Frogpool - 38 - 144 St Germans & St Mellion - 42 - 85 The Lizard - 60 - 114 Crowan, Wendron & Stithians - 55 - 73 Mevagissey & Polgooth - 53 - 115 Crackington & Tintagel - 48 - 147 Gunnislake & Calstock - 43 - 87 Victim Support’s chief executive, Diana Fawcett, said: “Anti-social behaviour is often thought of as low level but it can actually have a devastating impact, destroying people’s sense of safety, taking a huge toll on their mental health and massively disrupting their day to day lives. Many victims end up losing serious amounts of money or even needing to move house. It’s vital that the government uses the upcoming Victim’s Bill to strengthen the rights of persistent antisocial behaviour victims and improve the support available to them.” A spokesperson for the NPCC said: “ASB can have devastating effects to communities if it is not dealt with correctly. Police forces and partner agencies work tirelessly to help and support the victims of ASB to improve their quality of life and deal with offenders robustly.” Read More Related Articles Twelve men sentenced for making women's lives a misery in Cornwall Read More Related Articles Tresillian House beehives stolen in audacious theft likely stored nearby, say police

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