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1 Equality Data April - September 2014

2 Contents User Satisfaction Survey Victim- based Crime Violent Crime Racially Aggravated Crime Hate CrimeArrests Stop Search Use of Force This information, which is presented as part of our duty under the Equality Act 2010, reflects our on-going commitment to adapt our services to eliminate discrimination, offer equal opportunity and foster good relations in Cambridgeshire

3 User Satisfaction Survey Ethnicity and gender of victims of crime who were at least fairly satisfied with the whole experience Based on self-defined ethnicity

4 User Satisfaction Survey Age and gender of victims of crime who were at least fairly satisfied with the whole experience

5 User Satisfaction Survey (Racist Incs) Ethnicity and gender of victims of racist incidents who were at least fairly satisfied with the whole experience Based on self-defined ethnicity

6 User Satisfaction Survey (Racist Incs) Age and gender of victims of racist incidents who were at least fairly satisfied with the whole experience

7 Victim-based Crime Ethnicity and gender of people who have been the victim of crime Based on self-defined ethnicity

8 Victim-based Crime Age and gender of people who have been the victim of crime

9 Violent Crime Ethnicity and gender of people who have been the victim of violent crime Based on self-defined ethnicity

10 Violent Crime Age and gender of people who have been the victim of violent crime

11 Racially Aggravated Crime Ethnicity and gender of people who have been the victim of racially aggravated crime Based on self-defined ethnicity

12 Racially Aggravated Crime Age and gender of people who have been the victim of racially aggravated crime

13 Hate Crime Nature of hate crime suffered A hate crime is defined as any crime which has been motivated by prejudice against a certain group of people, be it as a result of their age, disability, religion/beliefs, gender, race, sexual orientation or learning difficulties.

14 Hate Crime Ethnicity and gender of people who have been the victim of hate crime Based on self-defined ethnicity A hate crime is defined as any crime which has been motivated by prejudice against a certain group of people, be it as a result of their age, disability, religion/beliefs, gender, race, sexual orientation or learning difficulties.

15 Hate Crime Age and gender of people who have been the victim of hate crime A hate crime is defined as any crime which has been motivated by prejudice against a certain group of people, be it as a result of their age, disability, religion/beliefs, gender, race, sexual orientation or learning difficulties.

16 Arrests Ethnicity and gender of people who have been arrested Based on self-defined ethnicity

17 Arrests Age and gender of people who have been arrested

18 Stop Search Ethnicity and gender of people who have been stopped and searched Based on self-defined ethnicity

19 Stop Search Age and gender of people who have been stopped and searched

20 Use of Force Ethnicity and gender of people on whom it was necessary to use force Police Officers have the authority to use force in specified circumstances and only to the extent necessary to secure observance of the law or to restore order only when the exercise of persuasion, advice and warning is found to be insufficient Based on self-defined ethnicity

21 Use of Force Age and gender of people on whom it was necessary to use force Police Officers have the authority to use force in specified circumstances and only to the extent necessary to secure observance of the law or to restore order only when the exercise of persuasion, advice and warning is found to be insufficient

22 Have you been the victim of a Hate Crime or Hate Incident? Hate crimes and incidents come in many different forms. It can be because of hatred on the grounds of your race, religion, sexual orientation, transgender identity or disability. Hate crime in any form is wrong. That is why it is important that if hate crime happens to you or someone you know, that you report it. True Vision is here to give you information about hate crime or incidents and how to report it: Call Police : 112 or Call Crimestoppers :


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