Violent Crimes & Sexual Offences

This chart shows the number of recorded violent crimes and sexual offences in Buckinghamshire. Violent crime and sexual offences is a broad crime type that includes 'Violence Without Injury' and 'Violence With Injury', as well as all categories of sexual offence.

This chart shows the number of recorded violent crimes and sexual offences in Buckinghamshire between 2019 and 2021.

 

The benchmarks show the overall violent crime and sexual offences rate for 2020/21. The rate is the number of violent crime and sexual offences reported per 1,000 people, enabling a meaningful comparison of these crimes in Buckinghamshire and other geographical areas.

 

These rates show that the rate of violent crime and sexual offences in Buckinghamshire increased in 2020/21 compared to 2019/20. However, the rate remains lower in Buckinghamshire compared to both the South East and England in 2020/21.

A table presenting the Violent & Sexual Offences Crime Rate for Buckinghamshire 2020/21 as 25.7 which is higher than last year, but lower than the South East and England.
Violence & Sexual offences crime rate calculated as 'number of Violent & Sexual offences per 1000 population'.

Violent & Sexual Offences

Monthly violent crime and sexual offences in Buckinghamshire, 2019-21

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