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Theme: Crime and Justice

Key Publications

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 December 2013 24-Apr-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
About this release

Latest Summaries

Latest Publications

  • Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending December 2013 24-Apr-2014
    Crime statistics from the Crime Survey for England and Wales and police recorded crime.
  • Measuring National Well-being: Life in the UK, 2014 18-Mar-2014
    A snapshot of well-being is provided across the 10 domains of well-being, together with a brief overview of international comparisons. The report is the second summary of life in the UK to be delivered by the Measuring National Well-being programme and will be updated annually.
  • Measuring National Well-being: Children's Well-being, 2014 06-Mar-2014
    This article proposes a draft set of measures of national well-being for children aged 0 to 15. The measures are the latest output from the ONS Measuring National Well-being (MNW) programme and are released alongside a draft set of measures of national well-being for young people aged 16 to 24.
  • Measuring National Well-being - Young People's Well-being, 2014 06-Mar-2014
    This publication proposes a draft set of measures of national well-being for young people aged 16 to 24. The measures are the latest output from the ONS Measuring National Well-being (MNW) programme and are released alongside a draft set of measures of national well-being for children  aged 0 to 15.
  • Chapter 2 - Homicide 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.
  • Chapter 3 – Recorded Offences Involving the use of Weapons 13-Feb-2014
    Recorded Offences Involving the use of Weapons

Key Data

Reference table: 02. Appendix tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending December 2013 (Excel sheet 432Kb) 24-Apr-2014
Main 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: 3. Annual Trend and Demographic Tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending March 2013 (Excel sheet 360Kb) 18-Jul-2013
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: 04. Police Force Area Data Tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending December 2013 (Excel sheet 161Kb) 24-Apr-2014
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.

Latest Data

  • 01. Bulletin Tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending December 2013 (Excel sheet 719Kb) 24-Apr-2014
    Data tables and figures from the statistical bulletin. The data contained in these tables are from four sources: Crime Survey for England and Wales, Home Office police recorded crime, the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau and the Ministry of Justice Criminal Justice Statistics Quarterly Update.
  • 02. Appendix tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending December 2013 (Excel sheet 432Kb) 24-Apr-2014
    Main 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.
  • 03. Quarterly Data Tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending December 2013 (Excel sheet 223Kb) 24-Apr-2014
    Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) and Home Office police recorded crime data broken down into quarterly time periods. The CSEW table gives the estimated number of CSEW crimes experienced in the last 12 months by those interviewed in each quarter between January 2011 and December 2013. The police recorded crime tables show the number of crimes recorded by the police in the particular quarter shown and separately the change in the number of crimes recorded for the latest period compared with figures published in the previous quarterly bulletin for the same time periods.
  • 04. Police Force Area Data Tables - Crime in England and Wales, Year Ending December 2013 (Excel sheet 161Kb) 24-Apr-2014
    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.
  • 05a. CSEW Open Data Table - Household Crime Incidence (ZIP 73Kb) 24-Apr-2014
    Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) estimates, broken down by each combination of offence group, age, sex, and key household characteristics. Can be used to calculate the rates and numbers of crimes against households.
  • 05b. CSEW Open Data Table - Household Crime Prevalence (ZIP 72Kb) 24-Apr-2014
    Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) estimates, broken down by each combination of offence group, age, sex, and key household characteristics. Can be used to calculate the rates and numbers of crimes against households.
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