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  • Updated 9 days ago

    Use of Force Dataset

    Historical figures in this dataset are subject to change each month This is due to incident forms being filled in for incidents that have happened in past months   Recording of Use of Force was introduced in April 2017. As such data prior to April 2017 is not comparable.   Figures are updated and reconciled each month for the period April 2017 to the latest completed month.    Counting Rules   Each incident and its details ...
  • Updated a month ago

    Recorded Crime: Borough Rates

    Numbers of recorded offences, and rates of offences per thousand population, by broad crime grouping, by financial year and borough. Rate is given as per thousand population, and are calculated using mid-year population from the first part of the financial year eg For Financial year 2008-09, mid-year estimates for 2008 are used. Offences: These are confirmed reports of crimes being committed. All data relates to "notifiable offences" ...
  • Updated a month ago

    Recorded Crime: Force-Level Summaries & Associated Data

    **The data on this page is currently not being updated by the Metropolitan Police Service, whilst they better understand its usefulness to Datastore users. Should you wish this dataset to continue, please email datastore@london.gov.uk** Raw data on crime supplied by the Metropolitan Police Service and the Mayors Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC). Pan-London data includes: - Total Notifiable Offences - Total Victim-based crime (a...
  • Updated a month ago

    Recorded Crime: Geographic Breakdown

    This data counts the number of crimes at three different geographic levels of London (borough, ward, LSOA) per month, according to crime type.  Data is available in two files for each level of geography - the most up to date data covering the last available 24 months only and one covering all historic full calendar years. To note that for any months of data covered in both files, the most recent 24 months data should always be used.  ...