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Recorded crime reports

BOCSAR produces a quarterly and annual report series examining trends in crime reported to, or detected by, the NSW Police Force. These reports focus on statistical trends across a 24-month period. The data were extracted from the Computerised Operational Policing System (COPS) of the NSW Police Force.

 

TRENDS IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES OVER THE 60 MONTHS TO JUNE 2017, NSW
  Trend result & average annual % change
Offence category over last 24 months over last 60 months
Murder Stable Down by 3.7%
Domestic violence related assault Stable Stable
Non-DV related assault Stable Down by 2.2%
Sexual assault Stable Up by 3.9%
Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Stable Up by 3.0%
Robbery without a weapon Stable Down by 14.2%
Robbery with a firearm Stable Down by 16.7%
Robbery w/ a weapon not a firearm Stable Down by 13.3%
Break and enter dwelling Down by 4.9% Down by 7.0%
Break and enter non-dwelling Stable Down by 8.2%
Motor vehicle theft Stable Down by 5.7%
Steal from motor vehicle Stable Down by 3.2%
Steal from retail store Up by 5.4% Up by 2.1%
Steal from dwelling Stable Stable
Steal from person Down by 12.1% Down by 11.5%
Fraud Down by 7.7% Stable
Malicious damage to property Stable Down by 6.3%

 

Archived NSW Recorded Crime Statistics

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