Related to: Complex Families
- A summary of what the police and police and crime commissioner's evidence says about the area
- Adult Reoffending
- Hate Crime and Hate Incidents
- Domestic Abuse
- Night Time Economy
- Youth Offending
You can also find up to date information on crime in your neighbourhood at http://www.police.uk/
Recorded crime and ASB in Bath and North East Somerset 1
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The Health-Related Behaviour Survey developed by the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU) is designed for young people of primary and secondary school age. The surveys have been developed by health and education professionals, and cover a wide range of topics. Data arising from the survey can be used to help inform planning and policy decisions as well being used in the classroom as the stimulus for discussion with young people. These surveys are carried out every two years.
When considering the results of the Child Health-Related Behaviour Survey in B&NES it is worth bearing in mind the level of participation in the survey, and thus how representative the responses are likely to be of children in B&NES as a whole. For more information see the Child Health-Related Behaviour Survey section in [[Children and Young People]]
As well as the local B&NES results, comparisons are made with national/aggregate figures from all the surveys conducted by the Schools Health Education Unit (SHEU) in the previous year from their publication “Young People into 2013”. The national sample used for the 2013 comparison consists of 43,014 young people aged 10 to 15.
When the Child Health-Related Behaviour Survey in 2013 asked secondary school children in B&NES in year 8 and 10 about whether they had been the victim of violence or aggression in the area where they live in the last 12 months:
- 8% (9% in 2011) of pupils responded that they have been the victim of violence or aggression in the area where they live in the last 12 months, very similar to the national SHEU rate of 9%.