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Crime against business premises
Department: Home Office
Statistics on extent of crime against businesses in the manufacturing, retail, transport and storage and accommodation and food industry sectors taken from the Commercial Victimisation Survey.
Crime in England and Wales: Annual report
Department: Home Office
Presents the financial year crime statistics from the British Crime Survey and police recorded crime.
Crime in England and Wales: Quarterly report
Department: Home Office
Presents the most recent crime statistics from the British Crime Survey and police recorded crime. Responsibility for the compilation and publication of crime statistics for England and Wales will transfer from the Home Office to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on 1 April 2012, as announced by the Home Secretary in July 2011. The ONS will publish for the first time on 19 April 2012. If you have any queries regarding the transfer please contact the ONS on crimestatistics@ONS.gsi.gov.uk
Crime in England and Wales: Supplementary Volume 1
Department: Home Office
Reports on additional analysis of crime data not included in the main 'Crime in England and Wales' publication.
Crime in England and Wales: Supplementary Volume 2
Department: Home Office
Detailed analysis of police recorded homicides and firearms offences.
Crime in England and Wales: Supplementary Volume 3
Department: Home Office
Reports on additional analysis of crime data not included in the main 'Crime in England and Wales' publication.
Crimes Detected in England and Wales
Department: Home Office
Statistics on the levels and trends in detections and detection rates in England and Wales. From July 2014, ' Crimes Detected in England and Wales’ has been re-named as ‘Crime Outcomes in England and Wales’
Drug Misusing Offenders
Department: Home Office
Statistics on offending for the cohort of individuals identified during January to March 2008 as Class A drug misusers through their contact with the criminal justice system.
Drug misuse declared, England and Wales
Department: Home Office
Drug use statistics for adults and young people in England and Wales from the British Crime Survey.
Drug seizures in England and Wales
Department: Home Office
Seizures of class A, B and C drugs by the police and (from 2012/13) Border Force.