Tackling inequality

Relentlessly focusing on reducing poverty and inequality for those that most need support and promoting wellbeing and safety for all.

Understand the causes of inequalities in the borough and take action to narrow them

Difference in employment rate of residents from White and ethnic minority groups
Green
31 Mar 20
9.9%
percentage points
Green
Percentage of the top paid 5% of local authority staff who have a disability
Awaiting Data
 
 
percentage
Awaiting Data
Percentage ethnicity pay gap within the Council
Awaiting Data
 
 
percentage
Awaiting Data
Percentage of the top paid 5% of local authority staff who are from an ethnic minority
Awaiting Data
 
 
percentage
Awaiting Data
Mean gender pay gap for council employees
Red
31 Mar 19
4.5%
 
Red

Reduce the harm caused by domestic abuse

Incidents of domestic abuse - Violence with injury
Green
30 Sep 21
1.43
rate per 1,000
Green

Reduce incidents of violence with injury

Incidents of violence with injury
Amber
30 Sep 21
4.48
rate per 1,000
Amber
Incidents of knife crime with injury
Green
30 Sep 21
0.19
rate per 1,000
Green

Improve residents' perception of safety and reduce concerns about crime and anti-social behaviour

People feeling safe in the local neighbourhood after dark
Red
31 Dec 18
65.0%
 
Red

Reduce drug/alcohol related hospital admissions

Drug/ alcohol related ambulance attendances
Monitoring
31 Mar 21
5.44
rate per 1,000
Monitoring

Reduce the number of first time entrants to criminal justice system

First time entrants to the Youth Justice System
Green
30 Sep 21
93.6
rate per 100,000 aged 10-17
Green

Reduce the reoffending rate among young persons who have committed serious youth violence

Young people who have committed SYV, who have re-offended in the year
Red
30 Jun 21
8.3%
 
Red

Ensure young offenders engaged in suitable education, training or employment

Young offenders engaged in suitable education, training or employment
Green
30 Sep 21
90.9%
 
Green