HC Deb 07 February 2001 vol 362 c615W
Mr. Webb

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what statistics he collates on levels and types of crime and over what period for the area covered by the South Gloucestershire Unitary Authority since 1979. [148741]

Mr. Charles Clarke

The Home Office has been collecting and publishing data relating to Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships and Police Basic Command Units, which include South Gloucestershire, for the period since 1 April 1999. The data include the number of offences and the rates per 1,000 population for the six subject areas of violence against the person, sexual offences, robbery, burglary of a dwelling, theft of vehicles and theft from vehicles. Also included is the number of burglaries of a dwelling per 1,000 households, and the number and proportion of the above offences which are cleared up in each Basic Command Unit. The most recently available information was published on 16 January 2001 in the Home Office Statistical Bulletin number 1–01, "Recorded Crime, England and Wales, 12 months to September 2000", which is available in the Library.

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