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Dept: Home Office
Theme: Crime and Justice
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Title: Crime in England and Wales: experimental statistics on victimisation of children - 2009

Release date: 17 June 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Home Office | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Crime-related incidents experienced by children aged 10-15 in England and Wales: experimental statistics from the British Crime Survey based on the first 12 months data (year ending December 2009)

Title: Statistics on football-related arrests and football banning orders - season 2011-12

Release date: 15 November 2012 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Home Office | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Annual release of statistics for football-related arrests and football banning orders, for the football season 2011-12. Breakdowns provided are by offence, club supported, overseas arrests and arrests by location (inside/outside stadium).

Title: Metal theft in England and Wales - 2012/13

Release date: 28 November 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Home Office | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Metal theft recorded by police forces in England and Wales.

Title: Metal theft in England and Wales - 2013/14

Provisional release date: October-November 2014
Theme: Crime and Justice | Department: Home Office | Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other | Designation: Experimental Official Statistics
Summary: Metal theft recorded by police forces in England and Wales.