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This report presents 24 months of reception, discharge and custody population data for New South Wales and comparisons between the current and previous quarter for age, gender, indigenous status, most serious offence and the average length of stay.
Separate figures are presented for juveniles...
In the 24 months to June 2016, two of the 17 major offences showed a significant upward trend across NSW, nine were trending downward and the remaining six offences were stable. The offences trending upward were steal from retail store (up 6.3%) and fraud (up...
Non-domestic assaults, particularly alcohol related incidents, have long been the source of community discussion and media attention. This has increased since the 'lockout an last drinks' laws were introduced to the Sydney CBD and Kings Cross in February 2014.
The Sydney Local Government Area...
The NSW adult prison population grew by 14 per cent between October 2014 and September 2015, reaching a new record high in September this year of 11,801. This brings the total increase in the NSW adult prison population over the last two...
In the 60 months to March 2015, domestic violence, indecent assault, sexual assult, theft from dwelling and fraud increased in New South Wales, while other types of major offences decreased or remained stable.
In the 24 months to March 2014, only...
In the 24 months to September 2014, none of the major offence categories showed a significant upward trend across New South Wales as a whole.
Ten of the major offences showed significant downward trends:non-domestic assault (down 8.1%); robbery without a weapon (down...
The NSW adult prison population has fallen from a peak of 10,825 in April to 10,426 in September.
This report presents 24 months of reception, discharge and custody population data and comparisons between the current and previous quarter for age, gender,...
This paper examines how recorded crime trends in New South Wales may be affected by the percentage of crimes ‘rejected’ by police as not genuine.
Crime trends in NSW are based on crimes recorded by police and accepted by them as...
Introduction: This report presents data on crime reported to, or detected by, the NSW Police Force from January 1995 to December 2013, with a focus on the statistical trends for the 24 months ending December 2013. The data were extracted from the Computerised Operational...
In the 24 months to September 2011, crimes such as assault and motor theft were tending downwards in New South Wales.
The offences trending downwards were:Assault – non-domestic violence related (down 5.8%) Robbery without a weapon (down 17.9%) Break and enter dwelling...