How dangerous is Bromley?

How dangerous is Bromley?

Bromley Crime and Safety In 2020, the total crime rate in Bromley was 65 offences per 1,000 inhabitants. This compares well to the total crime rate in London, coming in 34% lower than the London norm of 87 per 1,000 persons. Murder is rare in Bromley, with just 3 cases recorded between 1980 and 2019. There were also 36 robberies and 31 rapes reported to police during this period.

There are several schools in Bromley. They include Bromley Council School for Girls, The Bromley High School for Boys, The Bromley Learning Centre, and St Augustine's Catholic School. All these schools are regarded as good quality facilities that provide many educational opportunities for children.

Bromley has a large Asian population. In fact, it is one of the most Asian-dominated areas in Britain. Almost 9 out of 10 residents are from an ethnic minority group, with more than half being Asian. The main ethnicity groups are Indian, Pakistani, and Bangladeshi. There is also a small Jewish community in Bromley.

As far as religion is concerned, Bromley is largely Christian. The largest religious group is Christianity, followed by Islam. There are also smaller numbers of Hindus and Sikhs in the area.

Bromley has a large elderly population.

Is Islington Safe for 2020?

Overview of Crime in Islington In 2020, the total crime rate in Islington was 106 offences per 1,000 inhabitants. This compares negatively to London's general crime rate, which is 17 percent higher at 87 per 1,000 people. The number of crimes committed in Islington has been on the rise over the last few years.

The main source of income for Islington is employment in financial services with some tourism and retail. There are also government offices, schools, hospitals, and museums in the area. Islington is surrounded by other major cities including London, Brentwood, Harrow, Hounslow, and Hillingdon. It has easy access to the Northern line tube station and buses routes.

There have been incidents of violence in Islington but they are relatively rare. In 2019, there were around five homicides in London but this is a decrease compared to 2018 when there were six murders in all of England. There have been no homicides so far this year in Islington.

Most crimes in Islington are against property. The overall rate of burglary in Islington was 394 per 100,000 population in 2016-17. This is more than London as a whole but less than most other major British cities. The rate of motor vehicle theft was also high at 772 per 100,000 population.

What parts of London are dangerous?

The most hazardous places in London, according to Churchill Security, are:

  • Westminster – Crime rate 321.4 crimes per 1,000 people.
  • Camden – Crime rate 154.2 crimes per 1,000 people.
  • Kensington and Chelsea – Crime rate 153.9 crimes per 1,000 people.
  • Hammersmith and Fulham – Crime rate 129.2 crimes per 1,000 people.

How dangerous is Croydon?

Croydon has been the most violent borough this year, with 1,617 reported violent offences. Vehicle offenses were the second most prevalent crime in the region, accounting for 682 instances. Croydon was London's second most hazardous borough in 2020. The number of people killed or seriously injured here was higher than expected for such a small area.

Violence in Croydon tends to occur within specific communities or areas within the district. There have been incidents of violence between residents of private homes who buy cocaine together and use it themselves or give it away as free samples. This has resulted in many serious injuries including deaths. Criminal gangs from outside the region also operate in Croydon, specifically south of the Thames. They tend to target women for prostitution and drugs trafficking. These crimes have caused serious physical harm to others.

Criminal damage made up a large proportion of all offenses in Croydon. In fact, it was the most common offense among juveniles under 18. Theft also remains popular here. In fact, Croydon had the highest rate of vehicle theft in 2015. Organized criminal groups may be involved in vandalism for its own value as a currency which can be used in the drug trade or to commit other crimes.

Crime in Croydon has gotten worse over time. The number of homicides and life-threatening injuries has increased since 2004.

What is the most dangerous place in South London?

Croydon is the most violent city, according to Met Police data from 2021 to the present, with 4,781 crimes committed. Croydon is a significant town in south London and one of Greater London's busiest economic areas. It borders the London Boroughs of Bromley to the west, Surrey to the east and south-east.

The second most violent area is Newham. The Newham local authority district in east London has a population of approximately 320,000 people. Its main industry is still trade but it also has large manufacturing facilities that include IKEA and H&M.

The third most violent area is Waltham Forest. Waltham Forest is a borough in northeast London with a population of about 315,000 people. It is mainly industrial with some residential areas and parks.

The fourth most violent area is Lambeth. Lambeth is a district in southwest London with a population of about 315,000 people. It is best known for its church architecture - especially as related to Thomas Becket - but also has many modern buildings.

The fifth most violent area is Greenwich. Greenwich is a district in south-west London with a population of about 315,000 people. It is best known for its dockyards and Royal Naval College but also has many modern shops and restaurants.

How dangerous is Hounslow?

Hounslow Crime and Safety Hounslow is one of the top 20 most hazardous cities in London and one of the top 20 most dangerous towns, villages, and cities in the United Kingdom. In 2020, the total crime rate in Hounslow was 86 offences per 1,000 inhabitants. The risk of being a victim of violence in Hounslow is high, especially for women and children. The probability of being a victim of violent crime in Hounslow is about 100 times greater than living here.

Crime in Hounslow has been on the rise over the past five years. In 2019, there were an estimated 860 crimes reported to police in Hounslow. This is higher than the national average of around 730 crimes per 1000 people. Hatton Garden was one of the most dangerous places in the country to live in. The total crime rate in Hatton Garden was more than 16 times higher than the national average.

The number of homicides in Hounslow has risen since 2009. There have been a total of 14 murders in Hounslow since it became part of London in 1965. These figures are lower than those of some other large cities in England but still cause concern for residents. Many of the crimes in Hounslow go unreported, so the actual number of incidents may be higher.

Violence against adults and children alike is common in Hounslow.

Is Hillingdon dangerous?

This places Hillingdon below the London average of 101 offences per 1,000 persons. With 7,318 documented instances in 2019, violence against people was the most regularly reported crime in Hillingdon, with theft coming in second with 5,621 incidences. There were more than twice as many incidents of violence against people as there were cases of robbery with a weapon or threat to injure.

The number of crimes recorded in Hillingdon is generally lower than the London average. However, like all other local authorities in England, if you experience someone being violent towards you or stealing your property, you can report this by calling the police on 101. Even if no offence was committed, reporting things such as anti-social behaviour will help keep communities safe and sound.

Hillingdon is covered by several policing units including the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and the British Transport Police (BTP). The BTP cover areas of Hillingdon not covered by the MPS including Uxbridge, Watford, Shepperton, Sunbury-On-Thames, and Harrow. The MPS covers areas outside of Hillingdon but still within London, including Camden, Chelsea, Islington, and Waltham Forest.

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