Latest police recorded crime statistics
Monthly update, period ending 30 September 2014 (published 30 October 2014)
Statistical bulletin (PDF, 443.4 KB)
Summary tables (MS Excel, 333.0 KB)
Data in excel pivot table format (MS Excel, 7.4 MB) (May take a few mintues to download).
Summary tables & pivot table data in excel and open data formats (Zipped Folder, 3.1 MB) (May take a few mintues to download)
Each monthly update provides statistics covering the latest 24 months.
The next monthly update (period ending 31 October 2014), will be published on 27 November 2014. Previous monthly updates for 2014/15 are available in the Police recorded crime statistics archive.
Financial year trends in police recorded crime dating back to 1998/99
Latest annual trends bulletin, period ending 2013/14 (published 03 July 2014)
Statistical bulletin (PDF, 981.0 KB)
Accompanying excel spreadsheet (tables) (MS Excel, 267.0 KB)
Excel pivot tables - crime (MS Excel, 4.6 MB)
Excel pivot tables - victim age and gender (MS Excel, 2.0 MB)
Previously published trend bulletins are available in the Police recorded crime statistics archive.
Police recorded crime statistics publication schedule and user guide
Publication schedule for the next 12 months (PDF, 10.1 KB)
User guide (PDF, 560.1 KB) (last updated September 2014; provides definitions, details on data quality/timeless and geographic availability)
Police recorded crime statistics, geographic availability
In addition to the policing district and policing area figures available in both the police recorded crime monthly updates and the trends in police recorded crime, figures are available for a range of additional geographic areas through the Northern Ireland Neighbourhood Information System (NINIS) (updated annually) and at street level through the police crime mapping website (updated monthly).
Police recorded crime statistics archive (statistics dating back to 1968)
Visit the Police recorded crime statistics archive to view statistics previously published.
User comments and feedback
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Previous comments and feedback (PDF, 86.1 KB) from users are available, together with the response and any action required.