Police Report Card data

This section contains data relating to the Police Report Card. The majority of this information has been sourced from other organisations, and links are provided, along with our own data, below.

Local crime and policing

The local crime and policing domain is made up of the following indicators:

  • criminal damage
  • domestic burglary
  • domestic burglary sanction detections
  • robbery
  • robbery sanction detections
  • vehicle crime (including interference)
  • vehicle crime (including interference) sanction detections
  • violence against the person (including injury)
  • violence against the person (including injury) sanction detections.

Data relating to these indicators at force and local policing area (BCU) level can be found on the Home Office Research Development and Statistics website (archived).

Get the free Excel viewer from Microsoft

View 2006/07 recorded crime data

View 2006/07 sanction detections data

View 2007/08 recorded crime data

View 2007/08 sanction detections data

View 2008/09 recorded crime data

View 2008/09 sanction detections data

View 2009/10 recorded crime data

View 2009/10 sanction detections data

Confidence and satisfaction

Data relating to the single confidence target, ASB perception and local concerns indicators can be found on the Home Office Research Development and Statistics website (archived).

Data relating to the user satisfaction and comparative satisfaction indicators can be found below.

View user satisfaction data

View comparative satisfaction data

Protection from serious harm

Data relating to the homicide volume and gun crime indicators can be found on the Department for Transport website.

Data relating to the asset recovery, drug trafficking, knife crime and serious sexual offences sanction detections indicators can be found below.

View asset recovery data

View drug trafficking data

View knife crime data

View sexual offences sanction detections data

Value for money

All value for money data was obtained from the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy on a subscription basis.