CrimeMapper provides you with information on crime
and anti-social behaviour in your neighbourhood. It also enables
you to access and compare the latest information on a range of
crime types with other neighbourhoods.
You will also be able to access the details of your local
neighbourhood policing team and policing priorities.
In addition you can view the number of crimes recorded by
police in Peterborough from April 2009 to December 2009 in the
below Peterborough Crime Map PDF.
The document below appears in Adobe® Acrobat® (PDF) format. In order to view it you will need to have Acrobat Reader installed. (Those with visual impairments may wish to investigate Access Adobe, which provides tools and information to help make PDF files more accessible).
Peterborough Crime Map
(3280KB, 1 pages)
To find out about your local police officers, enter your
postcode in the my
neighbourhood area of the Cambridgeshire Police website.
These websites provide useful information about community
Home Office website that shows police record crime figures for
your local authority area. http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/soti.html
Crimestoppers is an independent charity working to fight
Information and resources for people working to reduce crime in
their local areas. It also contains some crime statistics and
Government Office East
Here you will find information about how the Government Office
for the East of England joins up the work of twelve central
Government departments across the region.
Information regarding crime and victims, sec
(991KB, 2 pages)
(3080KB, 8 pages)
urity, passports and
immigration, anti-social behaviour, drugs, communities, equality
and diversity, police, justice and science/statistics.
National Drugs Strategy Website
This website provides drugs professionals with the latest news
and guidance from government about the Drugs Strategy.
This website gives free and confidential help
to victims of crime, their family, friends and anyone else
The documents below appear in Adobe® Acrobat® (PDF) format. In order to view it you will need to have Acrobat Reader installed. (Those with visual impairments may wish to investigate Access Adobe, which provides tools and information to help make PDF files more accessible).
Primary Application form
(36KB, 2 pages)