St Anthonys and Langney Point

Population: 5,178
Policed by: Sussex Police

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The following table and graphs show you crime and ASB breakdowns and trends for St Anthonys and Langney Point.

ASBBurglaryRobberyVehicleViolentDrugsCD&AShopliftingBike TheftTheft From the PersonOther TheftWeaponsPublic OrderOtherTotal
May 20149102505200101127
Apr 201415312315200200034
Mar 20146401211200101019
Feb 20147201230610100225
Jan 20145101023201101017
Dec 20133100312302502022
Nov 201311104533710102038
Oct 201310402520500202032
Sep 201310101411600100025
Aug 201313201301200301127
Jul 201318102441310300037
Jun 20138002313310400025
May 20139203201510200126
Apr 20139003145330028
Mar 20136102301410018
Feb 20139200001201116
Jan 20137203831420030
Dec 20129300403520127
Nov 201212802604321341
Oct 201213203303330030
Sep 201210302211350027
Aug 201214103304121029
Jul 20128000423320022
Jun 201216101508460041
May 20127103413550029
Apr 201215004221721034
Mar 201214101502542034
Feb 201215202201731033
Jan 201215403324230137
Dec 20118001205230021
Nov 20119101522272132
Oct 201116002606882149
Sep 201122002357433150
Aug 20112110182455
Jul 20111900352148
Jun 20112510431649
May 20111381193062
Apr 20111331161236
Mar 20112630293272
Feb 20111410271943
Jan 2011750042440
Dec 2010620281836

Crime Plus ASB Breakdown for St Anthonys and Langney Point

Crime Breakdown (Dec 2010-May 2014)
Crime Rate Trends

Crime Type and ASB Charts for St Anthonys and Langney Point

All Crime + ASB
All Crime (No ASB)
Anti-Social Behaviour
Vehicle Crime
Violent Crime
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.

Criminal Damage and Arson
Theft - Shoplifting
Theft - Other
Miscelanious Other

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
Theft From the Person
Possession of Weapons
Public Order

The Economic Policy Centre has made every effort in order to ensure that the data for UkCrimeStats is accurate and up to date. However, we are aware of certain deficiencies in this data which are beyond our control. That's because as a 3rd party developer, we do not collect the data, the Police do who then hand it over to another data company to release to 3rd party developers such as ourselves. We only download and analyse it so that you can use it. For full detail of these deficiencies, please read here.

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 St Anthonys and Langney Point and orders them by lowest crime rate first.

1Willingdon And Jevington Ward (3.16 miles)141.79
2Kings Park And Kingsmere (0.50 miles)31.94
3Meads (3.88 miles)122.47
4Rodmill (2.10 miles)122.58
5Motcombe (2.55 miles)152.66
6Sovereign Harbour (0.89 miles)233.42
7Ratton (2.89 miles)143.50
8Polegate South (3.65 miles)103.98
9Pevensey And Westham (3.11 miles)394.00
10Old Town (3.35 miles)104.03
11North Langney (1.52 miles)94.26
12Willingdon Trees (2.32 miles)204.34
13Roselands And Bridgemere (0.82 miles)264.76
14St Anthonys And Langney Point (0.00 miles)275.21
15Upperton (1.67 miles)445.32
16Hailsham East (4.71 miles)175.73
17Lower Meads (2.26 miles)215.85
18Polegate (4.00 miles)315.90
19Shinewater (1.60 miles)326.19
20West Langney (0.81 miles)206.45
21Langney Village (1.01 miles)407.79
22Summerdown And Saffrons (2.50 miles)188.06
23Hampden Park (1.99 miles)359.15
24Seaside (0.82 miles)849.97
25The Hydneye (1.52 miles)5010.45
26Town Centre (eastbourne) (1.72 miles)28935.54

Neighbourhood Team

1Jonathan AttfieldPolice Constable101 or 01273 470 
2Tony HollandPolice Community Support Officer101 or 01273 470 

St Anthonys and Langney Point comes under Eastbourne District Neighbourhood Policing Team.The District Commander for Eastbourne is Chief Inspector Steve Biglands.The team is comprised of Police Officers, Police Community Support Officers, Special Constables and staff members who are all dedicated to working together with local partnership agencies and communities to keep Sussex safe.We work closely with local people to identify neighbourhood priorities and work on solutions and actions to address these priorities. If you would like to get involved in priority setting for your community please contact your PC or PCSO.Your officers are readily available at local meetings and events, via phone, email or by visiting a local Police Station, Public Contact Point, or Community Hub.Eastbourne Public Contact Point at 1 Grove Road is open Monday to Saturday from 9am to 5pm. Eastbourne Borough Council Services are not available on Saturdays.To report non-urgent crimes or incidents please call 101.You should always call 999 immediately if:A crime is being committed nowThe offender is still there or nearbyPeople are injured, being threatened or in danger.If you would like to report a crime anonymously, please contact Crimestoppers on: 0800 555 111.

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