A total of 63 incidents were reported for May, however as 2 incidents were merely descriptive and no asb action reported; the official total for May is 61.
This represents an increase of 38.6% on the previous month’s total of 44 incidents.
Totals by house and their % of the total were as follows:
|Ben Jonson||35 (55.6%)|
|Frobisher Crescent||12 (19%)|
|Thomas More||4 (6.3%)|
|Shakespeare Tower||2 (3.2%)|
|Lambert Jones Mews||1 (1.6%)|
|John Trundle Court||1 (1.6%)|
In terms of the number of incidents and type of asb activity reported, the results were as follows:
|Rowdy behaviour||5 (8.3%)|
|Noisy – loud talking||2 (3.3%)|
|Noisy –alcoholic drinks party in|
|Vehicle nuisance noise – moped||1 (1.6%)|
|Children playing football||1 (1.6%)|
|Tricks on scooter – non-electric||1 (1.6%)|
|Loud motor cycle||1 (1.6%)|
Will residents please continue to report any asb incidents they may observe/witness until, at least, the 20th June 2022* as this will provide us with a full year’s data with which to persuade the Corporation to introduce additional measures to help deter anti-social behaviour from occurring across the estate.
*The Barbican Association’s General Council has agreed that reporting should carry on beyond this date – until further notice – as most asb incidents occur during the summer months each year.
Chair, Barbican Estate Security Committee