Crime in England and Wales: year ending June 2022

Released: 27 October 2022 9:30am
Next release: January 2023


Crime against households and adults using data from police recorded crime and the Crime Survey for England and Wales.



  • Crime in England and Wales: Quarterly data tables

    Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) and Home Office police recorded crime data, by quarterly time periods.

  • Crime in England and Wales: Police Force Area data tables

    Number of police recorded crimes, percentage change, and rate per 1,000 population by offence group. Firearms, knife and sharp instrument, fraud, child sexual abuse and child exploitation and anti-social behaviour offences, by PFA.

  • Recorded crime data by Community Safety Partnership area

    Recorded crime figures for CSP areas. Number of offences for the last two years, percentage change, and rates per 1,000 population for the latest year.

  • Crime in England and Wales: Other related tables

    Firearms, knife- and sharp-instrument offences, offences involving a corrosive substance, hospital admissions for assault with sharp objects, fraud, offences flagged as domestic abuse-related, corruption, anti-social behaviour, perceptions, and non-notifiable incidents.

  • Crime in England and Wales: Appendix tables

    Trends in Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW) crime experienced by people aged 16 and over and children aged 10 to 15 years and Home Office police recorded crime, by offence type. Also includes trends in offender relationship of CSEW violence.


  • Crime in England and Wales QMI

    Quality and Methodology Information for crime levels and trends in England and Wales, detailing the strengths and limitations of the data, methods used, and data uses and users.

Contact details


Peter Jones



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About the data

Accredited Official Statistics

These are accredited official statistics. They have been independently reviewed by the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) and found to comply with the standards of trustworthiness, quality and value in the Code of Practice for Statistics. This broadly means that the statistics:

  • meet user needs
  • are presented clearly and accessibly
  • are produced using appropriate data and sound methods
  • are managed impartially and objectively in the public interest