From: Silk on
On 25/11/2009 22:43, Conor wrote:
> In article<hek7p3$iqn$7(a)aioe.org>, Silk says...
>>
>> On 24/11/2009 20:47, Conor wrote:
>>> In article<hehfi7$e4r$1(a)aioe.org>, Silk says...
>>>
>>>> You might call this kind of criminal damage "low level". I don't. It
>>>> lowers the tone and pikifies an area.
>>>
>>> Depends on how often it happens. When it has, the town council workers
>>> have usually stood them back up quite early on.
>>>
>>
>> The word "usually" implies that it's happened on more than one occasion.
>> Sounds pikey to me.
>
> Annually:
>
> 26 car thefts
> 84 thefts from vehicle
> 35 common assault
> 1 theft from person
> 47 domestic burglaries.
>
> How about where you live?

My house, street, town, county, country? No idea. For my house and
immediate area, I'm guessing close to zero.
From: Steve Firth on
Silk <me(a)privacy.net> wrote:

> > 26 car thefts
> > 84 thefts from vehicle
> > 35 common assault
> > 1 theft from person
> > 47 domestic burglaries.
> >
> > How about where you live?
>
> My house, street, town, county, country? No idea. For my house and
> immediate area, I'm guessing close to zero.

<snigger>

For the area where you live (population 90,000):

70 Thefts of vehicles.
138 Crimes of violence against the person
496 Anti-social behaviour arrests
108 Burglaries
11 Robberies

<snort>

And where I live (total for eight parishes one of them supposedly the
largest in England) an area covering 13 miles by six miles with a
population of 180,000.

4 Thefts of vehicles.
4 Crimes of violence against the person
24 Anti-social behaviour arrests
9 Burglaries
0 Robberies

So how is life at pikey central where you live?
From: Conor on
In article <1j9s8ad.fw4crzd7sji6N%%steve%@malloc.co.uk>, Steve Firth
says...
>
> Silk <me(a)privacy.net> wrote:
>
> > > 26 car thefts
> > > 84 thefts from vehicle
> > > 35 common assault
> > > 1 theft from person
> > > 47 domestic burglaries.
> > >
> > > How about where you live?
> >
> > My house, street, town, county, country? No idea. For my house and
> > immediate area, I'm guessing close to zero.
>
> <snigger>
>
> For the area where you live (population 90,000):
>
> 70 Thefts of vehicles.
> 138 Crimes of violence against the person
> 496 Anti-social behaviour arrests
> 108 Burglaries
> 11 Robberies
>
> <snort>
>
> And where I live (total for eight parishes one of them supposedly the
> largest in England) an area covering 13 miles by six miles with a
> population of 180,000.
>
Mine covers a large area too as its not only the town but the rural area
around it. Square mileage is probably equivalent to yours.

One interesting fact is that crime is so bad here that they close the
Police Station at teatime and after that there's only 4 coppers on duty
covering the town and all the outlying villages. Even on a Friday and
Saturday night, its extremely rare to see a copper, even in a patrol
car.

I wonder what the policing levels in Silks area is.
--
Conor
www.notebooks-r-us.co.uk

I'm not prejudiced. I hate everybody equally.
From: Steve Firth on
Conor <conor(a)gmx.co.uk> wrote:

> One interesting fact is that crime is so bad here that they close the
> Police Station at teatime and after that there's only 4 coppers on duty
> covering the town and all the outlying villages. Even on a Friday and
> Saturday night, its extremely rare to see a copper, even in a patrol
> car.

Similar here. The one police house was closed thirty years ago and sold
to the incumbent seargeant. Last year every police officer in every
village was pulled out of the are to patrol in Southampton and
Portsmouth because "there's no crime in either electoral ward".


> I wonder what the policing levels in Silks area is.

I was being generous to him since I took the largest area possible
around his known location. That includes some very nice little villages
with zero crime whereas he lives in a cardboard box "estate" next door
to a pikey shopping centre.
From: Silk on
On 26/11/2009 10:01, Steve Firth wrote:
> Silk<me(a)privacy.net> wrote:
>
>>> 26 car thefts
>>> 84 thefts from vehicle
>>> 35 common assault
>>> 1 theft from person
>>> 47 domestic burglaries.
>>>
>>> How about where you live?
>>
>> My house, street, town, county, country? No idea. For my house and
>> immediate area, I'm guessing close to zero.
>
> <snigger>
>
> For the area where you live

You have no idea where I live.
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