Antisocial behavior in North East Lincolnshire has increased by 10%, report says


Antisocial behavior in North East Lincolnshire has increased by 10%, report says

Incidents involving antisocial behavior in north-east Lincolnshire have increased by 10%, a new report has revealed.

Scheduled to be discussed at a meeting of the NELC Committee on Crime and Unrest on Thursday, October 28, the community partnership report references official statistics for a range of crimes in the region.

He claims that in North East Lincolnshire, incidents of antisocial behavior increased by more than 10% in the period 2020/21, compared to the period 2019/20.

The East Marsh had the highest number of incidents involving antisocial behavior, at 16.4%, according to the report.

The report reads: “ASB incidents (all ages combined) increased from 3,070 in 2019/20 to 3,388 in 2020/21, an increase of 10.3%. However, in the longer term, this result is lower than the 2018/19 result of 3,486 incidents.

“In 2020/21, this included 77 cases related to Covid-19 referred to the ASB team, all of which led to some form of intervention, usually warning letters.

“The departments with the highest amount of BSA in 2020/21 were East Marsh at 16.4% and West Marsh at 11.7%.

“This is a reversal from 2019/20 which saw the highest level of ASB occur in West Marsh, and is likely due to the closure of Freshney Place, the market, licensed premises and offices during lockdown periods. “

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