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  • About this Release: Focus on Property Crime 2012/13 28-Nov-2013
    About this release
  • Chapter 2 - Repeat Victimisation 28-Nov-2013
    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 property crime. As announced by the Home Secretary in July 2011 the compilation and publication of the crime statistics for England and Wales transferred from the Home Office to the Office for National Statistics in April 2012. For pre-April 2012 publications please see the GOV.UK website: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/home-office/series/crime-statistics
  • Data Sources and References 28-Nov-2013
    Data Sources and References
  • Chapter 2: Mobile Phone Theft 09-May-2013
    Presents the most recent crime statistics from the Crime Survey for England and Wales and police recorded crime.
  • Chapter 4: Mass Marketing Fraud 09-May-2013
    Chapter 4: Mass Marketing Fraud
  • Data Sources and References 09-May-2013
    Data Sources and References

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  • 02. Appendix Tables - Focus on Property Crime, 2012/13 (Excel sheet 448Kb) 28-Nov-2013
    Contains the reference tables for each of the Focus on: Property Crime chapters presenting demographic breakdowns, offences type breakdowns and some time series data. The data contained in these tables are from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW).
  • 06. Nature of Crime tables, 2012/13 - Other household theft (Excel sheet 296Kb) 28-Nov-2013
    The figures presented here are from the 2012/13 Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW). Other household theft includes: burglary and attempted burglary from a non-connected domestic garage/outhouse
  • 07. Nature of Crime tables, 2012/13 - Personal and other theft (Excel sheet 184Kb) 28-Nov-2013
    The figures presented here are from the 2012/13 Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW). Personal and other theft includes: theft from the person, which includes snatch theft from the person (force may have been used to snatch property that the victim was carrying) and stealth theft (respondent was unaware of property they were carrying or near to them being stolen) and attempted snatch or stealth theft
  • 08. Nature of Crime tables, 2012/13 - Vandalism (Excel sheet 216Kb) 28-Nov-2013
    The figures presented here are from the 2012/13 Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW). Vandalism in the CSEW covers any intentional and malicious damage to private households and their property. It does not include accidental damage or incidents that do not incur financial cost to the victim to repair the damage. CSEW vandalism specifically includes: arson (where there is deliberate damage to property caused by fire)
  • 09. Nature of Crime tables, 2012/13 - Children aged 10-15 Theft (Excel sheet 126Kb) 25-Nov-2013
    The figures presented here are from the 2012/13 Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW). Since January 2009 the CSEW has asked children aged 10 to 15 resident in households in England and Wales about their experience of crime in the previous 12 months. Refinements to the questions and definitions used in the questionnaire mean that direct comparisons between years and between adult and child data cannot be made. The Children aged 10 to 15 Nature of Crime tables include data on where and when incidents happened, information about offenders, the victim's perception of the incident, whether the incident was reported, whether injuries were sustained or weapons were used in violent incidents and what items were stolen in theft related incidents.
  • Appendix Tables - Focus on Property Crime, 2011/12 (Excel sheet 829Kb) 09-May-2013
    Contains the main detailed reference tables presenting full time series data and offence type breakdowns. The data contained in these tables are from two sources: the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), and police recorded crime. The appendix tables accompany the release 'Focus on Property Crime, 2011/12' published by the Office for National Statistics on 9 May 2013.
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