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News - 19 October 2012
Westminster top of alco-crime league
Most alcohol-related crime was committed in the Cities of Westminster and London in 2011/12, and the least in East Dorset and Broadland, East Anglia according to figures published by the North West Public Health Observatory.
Conversely, the lowest number of under 18s admitted to hospital with alcohol specific conditions were in the City of London, and the highest on the Isle of Wight. The figures come to light as the North West Public Health Observatory publish their latest Local Alcohol Profiles for all 151 English local authorities.
The Local Alcohol Profiles contain 25 alcohol-related indicators for every local authority, and 22 indicators for every English NHS primary care trust. The measure the impact of alcohol on local communities including local area data on alcohol-related hospital admissions and alcohol-related crime.
Indicators range from rates of alcohol-related hospital admissions and mortality, to synthenic estimates of binge-drinking in each area and even the percentage of employees in bars.
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