East Riding of Yorkshire
Here is the latest recorded crime data for the East Riding of Yorkshire Council area for the 12 months ending September 2018, released by the Office of National Statistics on 24th January 2019.
Total recorded crime was 20,224. Compared to the previous 12 months this is an increase of 13%.
Key increases and reductions in the East Riding:
The East Riding of Yorkshire has seen a 26% increase in the number of violence against the person offences. Violence with injury recorded a 9% increase and there was a 14% rise in the less serious 'violence without injury' category.
An increase in robbery compared to the previous year was recorded with 22 more offences reported. Reported sexual offences increased by 10%. The East Riding recorded a 4% overall increase in theft, but there were reductions in vehicle offences, being down 9% and burglaries reduced by 10%. There was, however, a 25% increase in shop theft and a 21% rise in bicycle theft. Criminal damage offences were static but a recorded 52% rise in public order offences which is reflected across the Humberside area.
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