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


http://maps.cjsonline.gov.uk/ Greater Manchester


Burglary Robbery


Vehicle crime Violence


All offences


Metropolitan Police Burglary Robbery


Vehicle crime Violence


All offences


West Midlands Burglary Robbery


Vehicle crime Violence


All offences


West Yorkshire Burglary Robbery


Vehicle crime Violence


All offences


England & Wales Burglary Robbery


Vehicle crime Violence


All offences


Police Detection Comparison Year Ending


Jun-09 Jun-10 3,910


1,523 2,610 5,398


65,073


7,049 6,175


14,269 215,045


1,971 1,944 6,909


55,148


1,536 4,530 3,821


55,225


26,805 49,516 93,018


3,929 1,407 2,397 5,646


71,641


Jun-09 Jun-10 10,325


9,503 7,241 4,358


12,655 227,936


Jun-09 Jun-10 3,388


2,674 1,703 1,393 5,861


71,414


Jun-09 Jun-10 6,301


6,065 1,212 3,602 4,119


57,278


Jun-09 Jun-10 69,348


62,964 24,472 39,730 89,942


1,255,343 1,382,660


Variance % 19


-116 -213 248


6,568 192


-1,817 -1,614 12,891


-268 -551


-1,048 16,266


-324 -928 298


2,053


-2,333 -9,786 -3,076


127,317


0.49% -7.62% -8.16% 4.59%


10.09%


Variance % -822


-7.96% 2.72%


-29.43% -11.31% 5.99%


Variance % -714


-21.07% -13.60% -28.34% -15.17% 29.50%


Variance % -236


-3.75% -21.09% -20.49% 7.80% 3.72%


Variance % -6,384


-9.21% -8.70% -19.76% -3.31% 10.14%


The data for detections in the tables to the left is the most up-to-date information on police detections as per the cjsonline website.


The four largest forces which illustrate a distinct pattern of deployment. The four major forces deal with 36% of the crime. We would expect them to have the best resources and use them in the most effective manner. However, these forces are only responsible for 31% of the detections, so they are under performing. This pattern carries over to most of the major forces. The increase in detections of 10.14% nationally is a red herring when you look closely at what they are detecting.


• GMP seem to be improving in the detection of Burglary and Violence, at the expense of Robbery and Vehicle crime, yet their overall detection rate is 10.09% up.


• The Met are only up in Robbery detections, yet their overall rate is up 6%. • West Midlands are down in all the key offences, yet 29% up overall.


• West Yorkshire seem to have a grip on detection of Violence but are failing in all other categories and still they report a 3.72% increase overall.


The national picture (we have every forces data), is a sad indictment of how our officers are deployed. Every major category is significantly down, and yet the overall picture is 10.14% up!! What offences are they detecting, and where are they being detected to achieve a 10.14% figure that disguises their serious deficiencies in the other key areas?


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