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NSW recorded crime statistics: quarterly update March 2016

By NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research


In the 24 months to March 2016, two of the 17 major offences showed a significant upward trend across NSW, seven were trending downward and the remaining eight offences were stable. The offences trending upward were steal from retail store (up 7.9%) and indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences (up 8.4%). The offences trending down were: robbery without a weapon (down 23.3%); robbery with a firearm (down 38.7%); robbery with a weapon not a firearm (down 21.6%); break and enter dwelling (down 7.8%); break and enter non-dwelling (down 7.1%); steal from motor vehicle (down 5.1%). The number of murders also declined from 89 in the 12 months to March 2015 to 64 in the 12 months to March 2016

Topics: Crime statistics, Statistics
Publisher: Government of New South Wales
Year: 2016
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