2011/12 CSEW data
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Table 1.01: Trends in CSEW incidents of crime from 1981 to 2011/12, with percentage changePreviously published as Appendix Table A1 in Crime in England and Wales, Period ending March 2012England and Wales, Households/adults aged 16 and over
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Number of incidents (000s):
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PROPERTY CRIME198119831987199119931995199719992001/023 2002/03 2003/042004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/082008/092009/102010/112011/12% change (2009/10 to 2011/12)% change (2010/11 to 2011/12)
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Vandalism2,7232,8012,9522,7503,3633,3002,8002,7842,5752,5082,4372,4982,6512,8962,6042,6712,3772,1572,024-15-6
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Vehicle vandalism1,5641,7101,6331,6801,7791,7901,5721,5511,4941,5011,4201,5231,6471,8341,6801,7781,5511,4511,358-12-6
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Other vandalism1,1591,0911,3201,0701,5831,5101,2271,2331,0811,0071,0169751,0041,062923893826707666-19-6
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Burglary7529161,1891,3761,7541,7351,5831,2569589639327367117037137176517457018-6
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With entry4755326558671,0089798337475465555274574274114234363884524178-8
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Attempts2773845335097467577515094124084052802842912892812632932848-3
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With loss3744545197108087756365363914034123193063003113052722982876-4
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No loss (including attempts)3784636706669469609487205675605204184054034014123794464149-7
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Vehicle-related theft1,7572,1182,9223,8334,2934,2663,4302,9292,4672,3402,0971,8371,6801,6351,4571,4601,2131,1891,21702
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Theft from vehicles1,2901,5402,1052,4172,5342,4942,1501,7991,4791,4101,3211,1791,0881,0929681,02183985889464
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Theft of vehicles2862843875205375003693273122752382081801711571441139494-170
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Attempts of and from1802944318961,2221,271911803676655537450413372333294261237229-12-3
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Bicycle theft217288389567595660528390364355366393426466429521474525448-5-15
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Other household theft1,5231,5461,5191,8522,3382,2231,9781,8291,4291,3461,2681,1521,1241,1711,0301,1431,1481,2451,3711910
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Unweighted base – household crime9,91611,03010,39210,05914,52016,31014,90019,35732,72036,39537,82644,97347,61047,02746,76546,25244,61046,72845,998
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Theft from the person4345053184385956806216376046906235845765745817245235636251911
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Snatch theft from person86635079858083587488116927172801036473833115
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Stealth theft from person3484422683595106005385795296025074925055025016214604915421810
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Other theft of personal property 1,5861,7291,7901,7391,9032,0691,9351,5561,4071,3441,3231,1551,1971,1429881,0961,0349921,090510
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All violence2,0741,9982,2332,5563,5154,1763,5933,3822,7282,7142,5962,3222,3502,4732,2012,1132,0822,2062,051-2-7
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Wounding5084245666247559148046516487096565775485794774655005204980-4
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Assault with minor injury6095238247841,3021,3561,1981,1097096236026295735724925334275944413-26
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Assault without injury7939066659661,2231,5671,2571,2161,0151,0791,0558619191,00391784382184485742
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Robbery164145178182235339334407356303283255311320315272334248254-243
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Violence with injury1,1945661,4441,4412,1522,4082,1841,8451,4971,4411,3601,3011,2281,2711,0631,1161,0631,2151,035-3-15
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Violence without injury8811,4327891,1151,3621,7681,4091,5371,2311,2731,2361,0211,1221,2021,1379971,0199911,01603
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Domestic violence2922874415,3451,1669898147756265064474023584073432932893913087-21
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Acquaintance77464177210,4351,3081,8161,6421,22786294990682981884577669167868273187
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Stranger8448658407,9758031,004784954883956960837864894766852782885753-4-15
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Mugging (robbery + snatch theft)2502082282,595320419417464430391400347382392394374397321338-155
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Unweighted base – personal crime9,89811,01710,39110,05914,52016,33714,93719,39832,78736,45037,89145,06947,72947,13846,90346,22044,55946,75446,031
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All acquisitive crime6,4337,2488,3059,98611,71211,97110,4109,0037,5857,3416,8936,1136,0256,0115,5125,9335,3785,5075,70664
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Household acquisitive crime4,2484,8696,0197,6288,9808,8847,5206,4035,2185,0044,6624,1183,9413,9753,6293,8423,4863,7033,73771
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Personal acquisitive crime2,1842,3792,2862,3582,7323,0882,8912,5992,3672,3372,2301,9952,0842,0361,8832,0911,8911,8041,96949
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ALL HOUSEHOLD CRIME6,9717,6708,97210,37812,34312,18410,3209,1887,7947,5127,0996,6176,5926,8716,2336,5145,8635,8615,761-2-2
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ALL PERSONAL CRIME4,0944,2324,3414,7336,0126,9256,1495,5754,7394,7484,5434,0624,1234,1893,7693,9323,6403,7623,76630
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ALL CSEW CRIME11,06611,90113,31315,11118,35519,10916,46914,76212,53212,26011,64210,67910,71511,06010,00210,4469,5039,6239,5270-1
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Unweighted base9,89811,01710,39110,05914,52016,33714,93719,39832,78736,45037,89145,06947,72947,13846,90346,22044,55946,75446,031
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Source: Crime Survey for England and Wales, Office for National Statistics
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1. Prior to 2001/02, CSEW respondents were asked about their experience of crime in the previous calendar year, so year-labels identify the year in which the crime took place. Following the change to continuous interviewing, respondents' experience of crime relates to the full 12 months prior to interview (i.e. a moving reference period). Year-labels 2001/02 onwards identify the CSEW year of interview.
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2. The 2011/12 numbers are derived by multiplying incidence rates by the population estimates for England and Wales, that is: for household crimes, by 23,724,882 households and for personal crimes, by 45,278,539 adults.
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3. Prior to 2001/02, CSEW estimates relate to crimes experienced in a given calendar year. From 2001/02 onwards the estimates relate to crimes experienced in the last 12 months based on interviews in the given financial year.
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4. Percentage changes for crimes such as snatch theft, robbery and domestic violence should be treated with caution because the number of victims interviewed is low (around 150 in 2011/12).
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5. The 1991 estimates for domestic, acquaintance and stranger violence and mugging were calculated based on the estimate for all violence. Estimates for these individual categories could not be calculated using their individual incidence rates because the data used for calculating these rates were not collected for that year.
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6. It is not possible to calculate whether a change in all acquisitive crime is statistically significant. Changes in both all personal acquisitive crime and all household acquisitive crime in the same direction indicate that this is likely to be the case
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7. Statistical significance for change in all CSEW crime cannot be calculated in the same way as for other CSEW figures (a method based on an approximation has been developed). For more information see Chapter 8 of the User Guide.
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8. See Chapter 5 of the User Guide for more information about the crime types included in this table.
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