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West Midlands Police: Due to recent major system changes we are unable to provide Crime and Stop & Search data between April and August 2021. The force aims to rectify this issue as soon as possible over the coming months.
|Category||Aug 2021||Jul 2021||Change|
Click on a category to view a local map of where the recorded crimes took place.
How does your neighbourhood compare with the 86 others in your police force area?
|2||Holbrook, Radford, Sherbourne and Bablake||6|
|4||Heath Town and East Park||4|
|5||Stoke and Wyken||3|
|10||Binley, Willenhall, Cheylesmore and Earlsdon||2|
|16||Ettingshall, Blakenhall and Spring Vale||2|
|17||Stechford and Yardley North||2|
|27||Woodlands, Wainbody, Westwood and Whoberley||1|
|32||Tettenhall, Penn and Merry Hill||1|
|43||St Peter's, Park and Graiseley||1|
|46||Sutton Four Oaks||1|
|54||Small Heath and Highgate||1|
|62||West Bromwich Town||0|
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Neighbourhoods are compared only within the same Police Force.
Different forces have different budgets and priorities and even within the same force area caution should be excercised when comparing different neighbourhoods as again, different priorities and resources are deployed to different types of area such as inner city and rural.
Where neighbourhoods can be compared is against themselves, month by month to determine if crime is increasing or decreasing and if so, which types of crime are being reported.
Similar adjoining neighbourhoods can be compared if they are of a similar make-up.