Sunday, 21 February 2010

LATEST OFFENCES BROUGHT TO JUSTICE -VS- RECORDED CRIME

LATEST POLICE FORCE DETECTION AND RECORDED CRIME SUMMARY

Combining the NEW 12 month rolling datasets of 'Offences Brought to Justice' and police recorded crime for the period September 2008 to September 2009 in England and Wales, we have produced a composite analysis of the two sets of figures. 

This enables the viewer, for the first time, to compare recorded crime and detections drawn from the same rolling twelve month period.  We will return to this post shortly with our observations, in the meantime, we wanted you to be the first to have access to the reports and our composite report. To view or download our initial report click here or click 1. NEW! in the "View our reports section" in the right hand side bar.

NOTE : As regular visitors will know, we have little confidence in either the British Crime Survey or  police recorded crime processes, having explored in great detail the flaws that exist in both. However, as they are the only datasets currently available for analysing crime statistics, we remain committed to reporting and performing in depth analysis of the data published by both methods.

1 comments:

archytas said...

I don't really believe we can do much with these data sets CA. Look forward to what you have to say.

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