Percentage of Detected and Sanctioned Offences, Borough

FEBRUARY 2013  Crime and Community Safety

Average: 4.5 (2 votes)

Numbers of recorded offences, that result in a sanction against the suspect by broad crime groups.

The Met Police began presentating detection figures differently in 2005/06. Previous to this, the term 'cleared up' was used. From 2005/06 onwards, detections and sanction detections were classified seperately.

Detections: A term used for resolved cases whether it be though police-generated detections (sanction detections), or those resolved through administrative means (non-sanction detections).

The official definition for sanction detection is as follows. 'A sanctioned detection occurs when (1) a notifiable offence (crime) has been committed and recorded; (2) a suspect has been identified and is aware of the detection; (3) the CPS evidential test is satisfied; (4) the victim has been informed that the offence has been detected, and; (5) the suspect has been charged, reported for summons, or cautioned, been issued With a penalty notice for disorder or the offence has been taken into consideration when an offender is sentenced.'

GeographyLocal Authority
ExtentGreater London
Author NameMet Police Service
MaintainerGeneral Statistics Team
Update FrequencyAnnually
Date range2000/01 - 2009/10
Release DateFeb-13
Metadata update2013-02-01
License SummaryMet Police
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