Heritage Crime Impact Statements
This is a general guide on the use of heritage crime impact statements written to assist agencies responsible for the prevention and enforcement of heritage crime.
The guide covers the use of heritage crime impact statements, who should provide one and what information they should contain.
- What is heritage crime?
- When to get an impact statement
- Who can give an impact statement?
- Information to include
- When can a statement be used?
- Appendix 1: Flow Chart
- Appendix 2: Summary of Specific Heritage Crime Offences
- Appendix 3: Scheduled Monuments
- Appendix 4: Listed Buildings
- Appendix 5: Protected Wrecks
- Appendix 6: Conservation Areas
- Appendix 7: Battlefields
- Appendix 8: Registered Parks and Gardens
- Appendix 9: Military Remains
- Appendix 10: Example of Heritage Crime Impact Statement
- Series: Guidance
- Publication Status: Completed
- Pages: 47
- Product Code: HEAG190
Also of interest...
Find out what Historic England is doing to tackle the problem of crime against historic places.
How to report a heritage crime and what happens next.
Neighbourhood Policing, used to tackle local crime and anti-social behaviour, also provides a useful model for tackling heritage crime.
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