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  • Nature of fraud and computer misuse in England and Wales: appendix tables

    Dataset | Released on 22 September 2023

    Data from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) and the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB), including numbers of incidents and characteristics of victims.

    Keywords: hacking, prevalence, reporting, policing, crime prevention

  • Crime Severity Score (Experimental Statistics)

    Dataset | Released on 18 August 2023

    Crime Severity Score (CSS) data for police force areas and community safety partnerships, which equate in the majority of instances to local authorities. Includes a data tool to enable production of summary charts on trends and comparisons between areas.

    Keywords: offence, harm, police, criminal activity, victims

  • Crime in England and Wales: Annual Trend and Demographic Tables

    Dataset | Released on 20 July 2023

    Data from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) showing breakdowns of victimisation over time and by various demographic characteristics.

    Keywords: criminal activity, personal experience, victims, offence

  • Crime in England and Wales: Annual supplementary tables

    Dataset | Released on 20 July 2023

    Data from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) on perceptions of the police, criminal justice system, crime and anti-social behaviour, and prevalence of intimate personal violence.

    Keywords: police, cirminal activity, victims, offences, personal experiences

  • Crime in England and Wales: Uncapped CSEW tables

    Dataset | Released on 20 July 2023

    Trends in uncapped estimates from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) by offence type. These estimates have been published for methodological purposes only. They will be subject to considerable volatility from year to year and are not the main measure of incident estimates from the CSEW. The main measure of incident estimates from the CSEW are capped at the 98th percentile and are available in Crime in England and Wales: Appendix tables.

    Keywords: victims, offence, personal experience, criminal activity

  • Sexual offences prevalence and victim characteristics, England and Wales

    Dataset | Released on 23 March 2023

    Sexual offence numbers, prevalence and victim characteristics, including breakdowns by type of incident, sex, victim-perpetrator relationship and location based upon findings from the Crime Survey for England and Wales and police recorded crime.

    Keywords: victim, rape, sexual assault, perpetrator, police

  • Sexual offences victim services

    Dataset | Released on 23 March 2023

    Data from different organisations on the availability of services for victims of sexual offences and the characteristics of service users.

    Keywords: rape, sexualassault, perpetrator, prevalence

  • Crime victimisation and equality in England and Wales

    Dataset | Released on 30 January 2023

    Odds ratios of having been a victim of crime by various characteristics in the year ending March 2020, using data from the Crime Survey for England and Wales with geographical coverage of England and Wales.

    Keywords: Equality, Crime, Odds ratio

  • The links between young people being imprisoned, school quality and pupil background: data

    Dataset | Released on 27 January 2023

    Data on how background characteristics and school quality are linked with the criminal justice system interactions of young people in England, including the sample, logistic regression method, and analysis conducted.

    Keywords: education, justice, schools

  • Crime in England and Wales: coronavirus (COVID-19) and crime tables

    Dataset | Released on 21 July 2022

    Information from a new module of questions included in the Telephone-operated Crime Survey for England and Wales (TCSEW) around perceptions of crime, the police and anti-social behaviour during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, feelings of safety and experiences of harassment. Data on children’s online activity are also presented. These tables are no longer produced.