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Street Crime Profile in Vauxhall for VauxhallOne
Commissioned By Protective Marking Suitable for the Publication Scheme Y/N Purpose Branch, OCU and Operational Command Author Date Created Hannah Wadey, Area Crime Reduction Manager, Lambeth Council NOT PROTECTIVELY MARKED N To provide an overview of outdoor crime for the VauxhallOne wardens. Lambeth Borough Police Oliver Murray – Intelligence Analyst, Kennington Cluster 14 Jun 2012

Introduction
Aims and Purpose VauxhallOne Business Group have recently commissioned security wardens for the area. The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of where and when crime and anti-social behaviour is mostly taking place in the outdoor public spaces of Vauxhall, so that they can roster their patrols accordingly. Methodology Time Period Examined: Jun 2011 - May 2012 (Last 12 months) Area Examined: VauxhallOne Patorl Area (see map below)

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Databases Crime Reports
For the purpose of this report, only offences that took place in a public outdoor space within the VauxhallOne patrol area have been examined for this report. On this basis, the following TNO’s (Total Notifiable Offences) were examined for this analysis:        Criminal Damage To Motor Vehicle Motor Vehicle Interference & Tampering Personal Robbery Snatches Theft From Motor Vehicle Theft/Taking of Motor Vehicle Theft/Taking of Pedal Cycle

The following TNO types were omitted from the analysis dataset:            Burglary in a Dwelling Burglary in Other Buildings Business Property Robbery Criminal Damage To a Dwelling Criminal Damage To Other Bldg Drug Trafficking Fraud and Forgery Counted per Victim Going Equipped Handling Stolen Goods Harassment Offensive Weapon Possession           Other Criminal Damage Other Drug Offences Other Fraud & Forgery Other Notifiable Other Theft Other Violence Others - Other Accepted Crime Possession of Drugs Rape (None were in an outdoor space) Theft From Shops

The following TNO types were examined in more detail and only those that took place in an outdoor space were included in the analysis. The rest were omitted:      Assault with Injury Common Assault Other Sexual Theft Person (Pickpocket) Wounding/GBH

ASB Incidents Data for police attendance to ASB incidents was extracted from the DARIS database. The only types of ASB that took place in a public outdoor space were Rowdy/Inconsiderate Behaviour and Street Drinking.

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Limitations The information is limited by the accuracy of the information that has been entered into the respective databases. HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS This report should be handled in accordance with the protective security marking shown at the top of this page.

Analysis
There were 582 offences that occurred in an outdoor public space in the VauxhallOne area. The breakdown of these offences was:             Theft From Motor Vehicle (127) Assault with Injury (104) Personal Robbery (98) Theft/Taking of Pedal Cycle (71) Wounding/GBH (46) Theft Person (35) Snatches (30) Criminal Damage To Motor Vehicle (27) Theft/Taking of Motor Vehicle (19) Common Assault (18) Other Sexual (6) Motor Vehicle Interference & Tampering (1)

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All Crime Profile

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All Crime Peak Time of Day: 2300-0000hrs and 0100-0200hrs All Crime Peak Day of Week: Sunday Top Locations/Streets:  Vauxhall Railway Station (37)  Bondway (28)  Sainsburys, Wandsworth Road (28)  Vauxhall Bus Station (28)  Vauxhall Underground Station (25)  Albert Embankment (24)  Miles Street (23)  Royal Vauxhall Tavern (19)  Factory Nightclub (17)       

Fire Nightclub (15) Metropolis Motorcycles, Albert Embankment (15) St George Wharf (14) Railway Arches, Goding Street (13) Kennington Lane (12) Spring Gardens (11) Thames Reach (10)

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Robbery/Snatch/Pickpocket

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Peak Time of Day: 0400-0500hrs Peak Day of Week: Sunday Top Locations/Streets:  Vauxhall Bus Station (16)  Vauxhall Railway Station (13)  Royal Vauxhall Tavern (10)  Vauxhall Underground Station (9)  Fire Nightclub (8)  Sainsburys, Wandsworth Road (8)  Spring Gardens (8)

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Violence (Common Assault/Assault with Injury/GBH/Sexual)

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Peak Time of Day: 0500-0600hrs Peak Day of Week: Sat Top Locations/Streets:  Vauxhall Bus Station (10)  Albert Embankment (9)  Factory Nightclub (9)  Railway Arch (8)  Royal Vauxhall Tavern (8)  Thames Reach, Bondway (8)  Vauxhall Railway Station (8)  Kennington Lane (7)  St George Wharf (7)

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Motor Vehicle Crime and Theft of Pedal Cycle

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Peak Time of Day: 2300-0000hrs Peak Day of Week: Sun Top Locations/Streets:  Bondway (27)  Miles Street (20)  Vauxhall Railway Station (16)  Sainsburys, Wandsworth Road (14)  Vauxhall Station (11)  The Gym, St George Wharf (9)  Metropolis Motorcycles (9)  Albert Embankment (8)  St George Wharf (7)

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Anti-Social Behaviour

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Police attended to 91 ASB incidents in the VauxhallOne patrol zone in the last 12 months, that took place in an outdoor public space. The majority of ASB calls to the police were regarding Rowdy/Inconsiderate Behaviour (84) with 7 incidents relating to Begging/Vagrancy. Peak Time of Day: 1900-2100hrs Peak Day of Week: Sun Top Locations/Streets:  Vauxhall Bus Station (40)  South Lambeth Road (6)  Auckland Street (5)

Oliver Murray - Lambeth Police Intelligence Analyst - Kennington - 14 June 2012