An assessment of the evidence base has been undertaken by the Community Safety Partnership Analysts. This assessment highlights some of the key issues and risks across the Lancashire-24 area which affect the local communities.
The top crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) categories impacting across the Lancashire-14 area are:
Health issues are becoming more and more apparent as factors relating to community safety (crime and disorder) – this is supported by wider research.
Vulnerability for different age groups is a theme throughout the assessment.
Strategic assessments 2018-21
The Community Safety Agreement 2019-22 (PDF 175 KB) sets out how we will work together to address the community safety priorities for the Lancashire-14 area. This is based on the 2018-21 strategic assessment.
The Police and Crime plan sets out the strategic direction and priorities for the Police and Crime Commissioner. Each local district and unitary authority in Lancashire also produce plans to show how they are dealing with crime and disorder in their locality, based on the strategic assessment.
Page updated January 2020