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Crime in England and Wales

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Crime in England and Wales 2019/20
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9781839721137
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Publication Date
14 September 2020
Edition
2019/20
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Extent
108 pages
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A4 (210 x 297 mm)

Crime against households and adults, also including data on crime experienced by children, and crimes against businesses and society.
This publication reports on experiences of crime by the victim’s gender identity for the first time, after a new question on gender identity was trialed in the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) from 1 October 2019 to 18 March 2020. The data show those people whose gender identity is different from their sex registered at birth were twice as likely (28%) to be a victim of crime (excluding fraud) than those whose gender identity is the same as their sex registered at birth (14%) in the year ending March 2020.

This publication also reports on offences that involved a corrosive substance for the first time. Data for the year ending March 2020 shows that there were 619 violence against the person and robbery offences involving corrosive substances recorded by the police in England and Wales.

This publication is largely unaffected by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as it mainly relates to the period prior to the lockdown. 


Crime in England and Wales 2018/19

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9781787761582
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Publication Date
23 September 2019
Edition
2018/19
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Extent
175 pages
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A4 (210 x 297 mm)

Crime against households and adults, also including data on crime experienced by children, and crimes against businesses and society.

Crime covers a wide range of offences, from the most harmful such as murder and rape through to more minor incidents of criminal damage or petty theft. In general, the most serious crimes tend to be relatively low in volume and trends in total crime are often mainly influenced by changes in the levels of higher volume but less harmful crimes. Crime is often hidden and different types of offence occur in different circumstances and at different frequencies. This means crime can never be measured entirely by any single source.

This bulletin reports on two main sources of crime data: the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) and police recorded crime. Where possible, we refer to other sources of data to support our findings.

The CSEW is a face-to-face victimisation survey. People resident in households in England and Wales are asked about their experiences of a selected range of offences in the 12 months prior to the interview.

Police recorded crime is the number of notifiable crimes reported to and recorded by the 44 police forces in England and Wales. For some types of crime, due to ongoing changes in police recording practices, an increase in the number of offences recorded by the police is unlikely to indicate a real rise in these types of crime. 


Crime in England and Wales 2017/18

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9781787760554
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Publication Date
30 November 2018
Edition
2017/18
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Extent
172 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

Crime against households and adults, also including data on crime experienced by children, and crimes against businesses and society.

Crime covers a wide range of offences, from the most harmful such as murder and rape through to more minor incidents of criminal damage or petty theft. In general, the most serious crimes tend to be relatively low in volume and trends can be influenced by changes in the levels of higher volume but less harmful crimes. Crime is often hidden and different types of offence occur in different circumstances and at different frequencies. This means crime can never be measured entirely by any single source.

This bulletin reports on two main sources of crime data: the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) and police recorded crime. Where possible, the authors refer to other sources of data or statistics to support their findings. 


Crime in England and Wales 2016/17

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9781787321304
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Publication Date
17 November 2017
Edition
2016-17
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Extent
204 pages
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A4 (210 x 297 mm)

Crime against households and adults, also including data on crime experienced by children, and crimes against businesses and society.

Main points
  • Excluding the new Experimental Statistics on fraud and computer misuse, latest estimates from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) showed there were 5.9 million incidents of crime covered by the survey, a 7% reduction compared with the previous years survey.
  • Including fraud and computer misuse offences, there were an estimated 11 million incidents of crime covered by the CSEW.
  • The police recorded nearly 5 million offences in the year ending March 2017, which represented an annual rise of 10%; this increase is likely to reflect a range of factors, which vary by crime type, including continuing improvements to recording processes and practices, expanded offence coverage and also genuine increases in some crime types.
  • The differing trends between the two data sources can be explained by methodological differences between them, such as crime and population coverage and variations in police recording practices over time.
 


Crime in England and Wales 2015/16

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ISBN
9781785849664
Author
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Publication Date
9 August 2016
Edition
2015-16
Format
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Extent
167 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

This publication contains statistics on crime against households and adults, also including data on crime experienced by children, and crimes against businesses and society.

Main points
  • 6% fall in the number of incidents against adults for the survey year ending March 2016 (6.3 million, compared with 6.8 million in the previous survey year).
  • There were 3.8 million fraud and 2.0 million computer misuse offences experienced in the 12 months prior to interview
  • The police recorded 4.5 million offences in the year ending March 2016, an annual rise of 8%
  • No significant change in levels of violence compared with the previous survey year
  • There were 571 homicides recorded by the police in the latest year, which represents a rate of 10 per million population.
 



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