Worcestershire Community Safety Partnerships

Established by Worcestershire County Council, the Worcestershire Community Safety Partnerships (CSPs) bring together representatives from local councils, the police, fire service, probation service, chamber of commerce and voluntary organisations. The groups use Esri’s ArcGIS platform to share information, gain new insight into crime and plan local crime reduction initiatives.


Read the case study for information on how:

  • ArcGIS draws together information from multiple organisations to highlight problem local areas and reveal concerning trends in crime and anti-social behaviour.
  • Partners can easily interpret the data displayed in ArcGIS, which helps them to implement effective measures to protect local people and properties.
  • The Bromsgrove CSP used ArcGIS to identify that criminal damage occurred in main streets, at specific times, and took subsequent steps to successfully address the problem.

 


"Because GIS makes it easy for everyone to see what is happening… it enables us to focus on specific issues and make decisions about what we can do, as a partnership, to ease the situation."

Emily Humphreys, Partnership Data Analyst



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