Crime and Community Safety

<strong>11%</strong> decrease in crime numbers since <strong>2005</strong> 11% decrease in crime numbers since 2005
<strong>2013</strong>-<strong>2014</strong> saw the least numbers of crime since <strong>2005</strong> 2013-2014 saw the least numbers of crime since 2005
Major crime is theft/handling offences (<strong>36%</strong>) Major crime is theft/handling offences (36%)
Second major crime is violence againts the person (<strong>24%</strong>) Second major crime is violence againts the person (24%)
<strong>48%</strong> of neighbour complaints was about fly-tipping 48% of neighbour complaints was about fly-tipping
Drugs offences decreased by <strong>47%</strong> since <strong>2005</strong> Drugs offences decreased by 47% since 2005
Statutory homelessness rate in Milton Keynes is better than England Statutory homelessness rate in Milton Keynes is better than England
<strong>71.8</strong> crimes per <strong>1,000</strong> population is lower than Luton Borough 71.8 crimes per 1,000 population is lower than Luton Borough