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  1. Ian Templeton says:

    Taken from the Daily Telegraph Online announcing latest Crime figures
    If the computer offences were included in the new headline figures it would mean crime had more than doubled to 14.1 million offences.
    Overall violence against the person recorded by police rose by a quarter to 830,000 incidents, the data showed.
    Possession of a knife or sharp instrument rose by nine per cent to 10,154 incidents.
    Sex crimes recorded by police showed a 41 per cent jump – an extra 27,600 offences – continuing a trend seen over several years reflecting increasing willingness among victims to come forward to police.
    In the year to the end of June police recorded 569 murders, a rise of 44 on the previous year.
    Mr Flatley said the number of homicides was subject to fluctuation.
    Overall police recorded crime rose by five per cent year-on-year, to 4.3 million offences.

    Jon Flatley, the ONS head of crime statistics, said: “Clearly from these figures some crime has moved online.

  2. retiredandangry says:

    Can’t be right, Crime Is Down, Mrs May keeps telling us so it must be true

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