Jesmond and Heaton

Population: 46,897
Policed by: Northumbria Police

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The following table and graphs show you crime and ASB breakdowns and trends for Jesmond and Heaton.

ASBBurglaryRobberyVehicleViolentDrugsCD&AShopliftingBike TheftTheft From the PersonOther TheftWeaponsPublic OrderOtherTotal
May 2014219192102311372416015222382
Apr 20141822121815845109018130332
Mar 2014219274281417532312122044428
Feb 20141886112289283015219641349
Jan 2014170183171815422114015134341
Dec 201316018221191131912123222313
Nov 2013209240192613391617213120381
Oct 201327935020188491021013331460
Sep 2013223250161511192115019361374
Aug 2013157230131510341017011112294
Jul 20131862519177301221016264336
Jun 2013172411271219202415017234358
May 201315541014208152420119011320
Apr 20131453642464422745107350
Mar 2013168402351814342337420395
Feb 201315630220166301937411331
Jan 201317823212169351419610324
Dec 20121402301318421151853260
Nov 20121702521512830144756334
Oct 20122022702612730124156368
Sep 20122073021617103474759384
Aug 20121453111611240182571297
Jul 20121751821313732201858311
Jun 20121791301310819173624301
May 2012231902219834142366372
Apr 201215727215131217152845295
Mar 201221126124161366125529435
Feb 20121802401310114984956355
Jan 2012113400157173172476267
Dec 20111314651714626103925301
Nov 201120838918208372362128443
Oct 2011263494151816502052515507
Sep 201118838121227251956105392
Aug 20111933001813109363
Jul 20112403101929119438
Jun 20112464412230127470
May 20112222611615135415
Apr 20112101701922104372
Mar 20112273303028150468
Feb 20111835812611133412
Jan 20111875302621139426
Dec 2010179341342096364


Crime Plus ASB Breakdown for Jesmond and Heaton

Crime Breakdown (Dec 2010-May 2014)
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Crime Rate Trends
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Crime Type and ASB Charts for Jesmond and Heaton

All Crime + ASB
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All Crime (No ASB)
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Anti-Social Behaviour
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Robbery
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Burglary
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Vehicle Crime
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Violent Crime
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In September 2011, Other Crime was divided into 6 categories - Drugs, Public Disorder & Weapons (which was later split further and so is not displayed here), Criminal Damage & Arson (CD&A), Theft - Shoplifting, Theft-Other and Other.

Drugs
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Criminal Damage and Arson
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Theft - Shoplifting
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Theft - Other
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Miscelanious Other
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From May 2013, the following changes were made to the crime categories:
I) The violent crime category was renamed "violence and sexual offences"
2) A new category for "bicycle theft" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
3) A new category for "theft from the person" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
4) Public disorder and weapons were then split into two new categories; "public order" and "possession of weapons"
5) Both "other firearms offences" and "other knives offences" which were in "other crime" were moved into "possession of weapons".



Bike Theft
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Theft From the Person
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Possession of Weapons
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Public Order
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Neighbourhood crime league table

The league table below looks at the total crimes and crime rate for May 2014 that occurred in all neighbourhoods within 5 miles of Jesmond and Heaton and orders them by lowest crime rate first.

 Total
RankNeighbourhoodTotalRate
1Gosforth And Great Park (3.73 miles)2254.63
2Jarrow And Hebburn (4.44 miles)3326.80
3Killingworth (3.01 miles)3406.92
4Jesmond And Heaton (0.00 miles)3828.15
5East Gateshead (3.48 miles)2758.17
6Blakelaw, Kenton And Fawdon (2.83 miles)2738.46
7Fenham And Scotswood (3.13 miles)3519.41
8Wallsend (2.61 miles)42910.85
9Byker And Walker (1.46 miles)56313.20
10Central Gateshead (2.77 miles)53720.35
11Benwell And Elswick (2.74 miles)53839.57
12Newcastle Central (1.42 miles)1,070113.08


Neighbourhood Team

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Newcastle East Sector covers 9 Council Wards in the east and north-east of Newcastle, stretching from the east of the City Centre and the Ouseburn, along the River Tyne to the boundary with North Tyneside. The whole area is densely populated with a large proportion of social housing along the riverbank linked to its industrial heritage. Neighbourhoods around Jesmond and parts of Heaton are affluent, and a large proportion of homes near to the City Centre are popular with the student community. Included in the sector is Clifford Street Police Station, and a number of notable features, including the substantial Government buildings housing the DWP and HMRC at Longbenton, Freeman Hospital, major retail streets at Shields Road and Chillingham Road, and a vibrant night time economy on Osborne Road and the Ouseburn valley; the river running through Jesmond Dene.

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