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Theme: Crime and Justice

Key Publications

Report: About this Release: Focus on Victimisation and Public Perceptions, 2012/13 30-May-2014
Public perceptions of the police, police visibility and perceptions of the police and experiences of crime among 10 to 15 year olds in England and Wales.
Report: About this Release: Focus on Violent Crime and Sexual Offences 2012/13 13-Feb-2014
Findings from additional analyses based on the 2012/13 Crime Survey for England and Wales and crimes recorded by the police covering different aspects of violent crime and sexual offences.
Statistical bulletin: Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending March 2014 17-Jul-2014
Crime statistics from the Crime Survey for England and Wales and police recorded crime.
Report: About this Release: Focus on Property Crime 2012/13 28-Nov-2013
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Latest Summaries

Latest Publications

  • Urban Audit - Comparing United Kingdom and European towns and cities, 2010-12 23-Jul-2014
    Urban Audit is a European Commission sponsored project to provide comparable data on urban areas. Urban Audit, 2010- 2012, includes 185 main variables for the UK and further derived figures based on these. More than 800 towns and cities are covered across the EU28, (plus Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Turkey), 163 of which are in the UK. This article sets out to provide an overview of key variables linked to urban policy themes that are relevant to EU, national and local government.
  • Urban Audit - Perceptions of city life in the United Kingdom and Europe, 2012 23-Jul-2014
    Urban Audit is a European Commission sponsored project to provide comparable data on urban areas. The 2012 Perception Survey, complementary to the quantitative data, interviewed people in 79 cities (of which 6 are in the UK), asking what they think about many issues, including their city’s built environment, cultural facilities, pollution, and safety. This article looks at data for cities to assess how typical or otherwise perceptions in UK cities are compared with other European cities.
  • Measuring National Well-being: Insights across Society, the Economy and the Environment, 2014 22-Jul-2014
    Summarises the outputs from the Measuring National Well-being (MNW) Programme since its launch in November 2010. Highlighting how Programme outputs have contributed to a better understanding of national well-being, domestic and international impacts and identifies future challenges.
  • Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending March 2014 17-Jul-2014
    Crime statistics from the Crime Survey for England and Wales and police recorded crime.
  • Measuring National Well-being: European Comparisons, 2014 18-Jun-2014
    Comparing the UK with the European Union across key areas of well-being. Where available using directly comparable or proxy measure data from five sources: Eurostat, the European Quality of Life Survey, Eurobarometer, the Programme for International Students Assessment (PISA) and the World Gallup Poll.
  • About this Release: Focus on Victimisation and Public Perceptions, 2012/13 30-May-2014
    Public perceptions of the police, police visibility and perceptions of the police and experiences of crime among 10 to 15 year olds in England and Wales.

Key Data

Reference table: 02. Appendix tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending March 2014 (Excel sheet 418Kb) 14-Jul-2014
Detailed reference tables presenting full time series data and offence type breakdowns. The data contained in these tables are from three sources: the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), Home Office police recorded crime and the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB). They show the incidence, prevalence, victimisation rates and percentage changes from the previous year for CSEW crime, the number of crimes and percentage change from the previous year recorded by the police and incidents of fraud collated by the NFIB from industry sources.
Reference table: 03. Annual Trend and Demographic Tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending March 2014 (Excel sheet 403Kb) 17-Jul-2014
The data contained in these tables are from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) and show breakdowns of victimisation over time and by various demographic characteristics.
Reference table: 05. Police Force Area Data Tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending March 2014 (Excel sheet 258Kb) 17-Jul-2014
The data contained in these tables are from two sources: Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) and Home Office police recorded crime. They show the number of police recorded crimes, including percentage change from the previous year and rate per 1,000 population by offence group and police force area, and anti-social behaviour incidents by police force area. They also show experiences of anti-social behaviour as recorded by the CSEW.

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