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West Bridgford and Rushcliffe Crime Map September 2021 – What crimes took place in your street?

West Bridgford and Rushcliffe Crime Map September 2021 – Crimes recorded in the Rushcliffe Police area in September 2021, the most recent available data. See map, zoom to street level and view type of offence, approximate location and investigation outcome where available.

This map can be zoomed down to street level using ( + / – keys ) to find out approximately where each of the offences took place.

Where an ‘outcome’ has been reported, it is included. ‘Outcomes’ may be ‘no suspect identified’ or just blank – based on police reporting information.

Nottinghamshire Crime Map

 

Note: Locations are anonymised by police – see below.

The location of each crime on the West Bridgford and Rushcliffe Crime Map September 2021 is compared against a master list of “snap points” to find the nearest street name.

● The coordinates of the crime are then replaced with the coordinates of the snap point.

● If the nearest snap point is over 20 km away, coordinates of zero are assigned so that the crime is not shown on the subsequent map.

The master list of “snap points” – which is not publicly available – contains over 750,000 points, generated so that they appear over the centre point of a street, or above a public place such as a commercial premise or public land.

To move West Bridgford and Rushcliffe Crime Map September 2021 map select the arrowed cross icon – move the map and pinch to zoom down to street level.

Or select the dotted square to draw a shape around an area.

On mobiles – if you have selected a map marker circle for a crime type – tap ‘clear selection’ to return to all markers

Desktop – just hover over a pin

West Bridgford and Rushcliffe Crime Map September 2021

 

All content reproduced under Open Government Licence v3.0

Visualisation © westbridgfordwire.com

•  Nottinghamshire County Crime Map July 2021 – Find crimes that took place near your street?

All previous crime maps are here