Hull people 'feel less safe' than in other parts of Humberside Police area
Residents in Hull feel "significantly" less safe than people living in other parts of the Humberside Police area, a survey has found.
A survey carried out on behalf of the former Humberside Police Authority says 92 per cent of respondents in Hull said they feel safe in their local area during the day, with 73 per cent saying they felt safe at night.
In the East Riding, 97 per cent said they feel safe during the day, with 85 per cent feeling safe at night. The figures were the highest across the force area.
A report produced by market research company SMSR, which conducted the research, says: "Respondents living in Hull were significantly less likely to say they felt safe when in their local area both during the day and at night."
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More than 2,000 people took part in the survey, which was conducted in October.
The police authority was abolished in November and replaced by the elected police and crime commissioner Matthew Grove.