Here is the latest recorded crime data for the North Lincolnshire Council area for the 12 months ending December 2021, released by the Office of National Statistics on 28th April 2022.
Total recorded crime was 13,910. Compared to the previous 12 months there was a 5% reduction.
Key increases and reductions in North Lincolnshire:
North Lincolnshire has seen a 4% increase in the number of violence against the person offences, driven mainly by a 10% increase in the category of 'Stalking and Harrassment' which is included in this crime group. Violence with injury was up at +4% and the less serious 'violence without injury' category was down 4%.
Robbery showed a decrease of 24 offences (-19%) and there was a 7% decrease in recorded sexual offences when compared to the previous 12 months. There was an 18% overall decrease in theft with burglaries down by 22%. North Lincolnshire recorded a 31% decrease in vehicle offences, which includes both theft of vehicles and theft of property from vehicles. There was a 6% reduction in shop theft and a 1% decrease in criminal damage and arson offences. Bicycle Theft was down by 31%.
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