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Crime Of The Century - A Chilling Look At Crime Statistics In The UK


34A Robbery of business property 34B Robbery of personal property 28 Burglary in a dwelling 28A Burglary in a dwelling 28B Attempted burglary in a dwelling 28C Distraction burglary in a dwelling 28D Attempted distraction burglary in a dwelling 29 Aggravated burglary in a dwelling


of which: distraction burglary21


30 Burglary in a building other than a dwelling 30A Burglary in a building other than a dwelling 30B Attempted burglary in a building other than a dwelling 31 Aggravated burglary in a building other than a dwelling 37.2 Aggravated vehicle taking 45 Theft from a vehicle 48 Theft or unauthorised taking of motor vehicle


126 Interfering with a motor vehicle16, 22 38 Profiting from or concealing knowledge of the


proceeds of crime23


39 Theft from the person 40 Theft in a dwelling other than from automatic machine or meter


41 Theft by an employee 42 Theft of mail 43 Dishonest use of electricity 44 Theft or unauthorised taking of a pedal cycle 46 Shoplifting


47 Theft from automatic machine or meter24 49 Other theft or unauthorised taking 54 Handling stolen goods


51 Fraud by company director25 52 False accounting


53A Cheque and credit card fraud (pre Fraud Act 2006)26,27 53B Preserved other fraud and repealed fraud offences


(pre Fraud Act 2006)26,27,28,29


53C Fraud by false representation: cheque, plastic card and online bank accounts26, 27


53D Fraud by false representation: other frauds26,29 53E Fraud by failing to disclose information26 53F Fraud by abuse of position26 53G Obtaining services dishonestly26 53H Making or supplying articles for use in fraud26 53J Possession of articles for use in fraud26 55 Bankruptcy and insolvency offences16


60 Forgery or use of false drug prescription 61 Other forgery 61A Possession of false documents


814 Vehicle/driver document fraud16


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