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All Crime Types and ASB Totals

ASBBurglaryRobberyVehicleViolentDrugsCD&AShopliftingBike TheftTheft From the PersonOther TheftWeaponsPublic OrderOtherTotal
May 2014182,52935,1004,16930,14368,43615,17243,50828,4637,6796,13943,4951,81612,0424,250482,941
Apr 2014175,18734,7414,11629,53762,31515,17943,40027,2897,1665,95241,1881,75811,0363,970462,834
Mar 2014167,36137,0674,54330,60464,63216,48244,00229,2246,7717,15742,9721,74410,9444,281467,784
Feb 2014133,42135,3254,44328,37955,74613,91538,31225,8875,1546,54936,7601,4489,0754,047398,461
Jan 2014137,69739,0384,99531,81458,72115,92640,55226,3845,3876,57938,8781,5639,7233,976421,233
Dec 2013140,88838,0774,70230,05360,49215,59941,90824,8935,3917,93339,7771,5369,9043,516424,669
Nov 2013157,78540,3915,03032,37657,68216,44843,67627,6747,5638,03041,7411,61010,2543,775454,035
Oct 2013179,38439,9525,23634,15959,42116,91143,81127,7989,2238,01343,3501,82410,7124,103483,897
Sep 2013171,25535,7984,96931,27653,98514,54440,00525,7199,5988,06741,4891,66510,3493,420452,139
Aug 2013216,04336,3784,95530,33557,25715,21742,94526,26510,1318,21945,0891,71111,2643,149508,958
Jul 2013237,44235,7405,09430,44661,60616,19343,13826,10410,1627,84748,2101,84612,5093,665540,002
Jun 2013199,41336,1384,82131,56957,23316,33544,58326,6758,9987,97445,5041,70911,0403,551495,917
May 2013187,16636,9724,70731,12256,50616,85744,95827,5127,8407,61645,1521,77910,8793,591483,022
Apr 2013175,34937,4044,78232,15552,81216,21045,48427,61455,74210,8278,228466,607
Mar 2013166,85737,7435,19032,55353,86816,94543,00626,75953,55010,49710,391457,359
Feb 2013151,75337,4924,90731,24847,30215,55041,66626,18650,7419,77810,130426,753
Jan 2013178,61240,6695,54732,86253,30816,55543,08024,33550,14010,02912,738467,875
Dec 2012147,78339,5125,76230,87555,17715,79943,15124,05852,42610,08413,273437,900
Nov 2012161,62242,4285,83333,86151,63916,13544,61026,13257,47810,64815,305465,691
Oct 2012191,04940,6845,57734,66353,87115,96745,41325,40160,72811,37715,892500,622
Sep 2012194,09035,9745,15731,16152,06815,81442,67023,31656,94811,42514,941483,564
Aug 2012229,60136,8395,21331,02656,04418,11045,71124,77662,24412,86016,231538,655
Jul 2012219,04637,3265,35931,34156,78918,39544,77524,56961,40013,11916,263528,382
Jun 2012198,44138,1195,40631,27853,88316,52843,08124,00758,62111,60014,909495,873
May 2012211,11437,4715,49833,15056,65817,03446,06224,86560,57512,36215,327520,116
Apr 2012181,00537,4955,50431,87150,63115,53644,60524,61856,21410,97114,956473,406
Mar 2012214,17441,2336,04535,32955,52118,44749,73326,95262,81212,33215,956538,534
Feb 2012180,35137,1715,41130,83847,91416,22943,94224,12452,59410,66014,409463,643
Jan 2012169,65243,1505,89734,46853,19317,69847,61324,03955,05811,35014,560476,678
Dec 2011164,35941,8235,52631,46553,04416,87646,21825,46154,07611,04913,960463,857
Nov 2011189,41043,9656,47734,63353,77717,88651,00326,58261,79412,53714,686512,750
Oct 2011231,90541,5676,01534,89057,41218,04453,91125,64663,76212,99014,757560,899
Sep 2011217,05739,8685,32933,54754,45416,86348,58824,47961,51512,41615,537529,653
Aug 2011268,75642,2155,98233,06964,045189,719603,786
Jul 2011278,73840,8526,36033,89567,206193,087620,138
Jun 2011249,55640,3416,22833,80963,182189,692582,808
May 2011248,48343,3396,67936,49863,715197,362596,076
Apr 2011277,81640,4366,28933,78064,789187,879610,989
Mar 2011244,12544,3228,73135,22963,046229,915625,368
Feb 2011209,94142,3466,46535,09256,107206,419556,370
Jan 2011204,81945,2286,65939,59159,740205,228561,265
Dec 2010207,13938,2265,76031,92457,194151,487491,730

All Crime Plus ASB Breakdown

Crime Breakdown (Dec 2010-May 2014)
Crime Rate Trends

Crime Type and ASB Charts for

All Crime + ASB
All Crime (No ASB)
Anti-Social Behaviour
Vehicle Crime
Violent Crime
In September 2011, Other Crime was divided into 6 categories - Drugs, Public Disorder & Weapons (which was later split further and so is not displayed here), Criminal Damage & Arson (CD&A), Theft - Shoplifting, Theft-Other and Other.

Criminal Damage and Arson
Theft - Shoplifting
Theft - Other
Miscelanious Other

From May 2013, the following changes were made to the crime categories:
I) The violent crime category was renamed "violence and sexual offences"
2) A new category for "bicycle theft" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
3) A new category for "theft from the person" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
4) Public disorder and weapons were then split into two new categories; "public order" and "possession of weapons"
5) Both "other firearms offences" and "other knives offences" which were in "other crime" were moved into "possession of weapons".

Bike Theft
Theft From the Person
Possession of Weapons
Public Order

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