Domestic Abuse Statistics Archive

Monthly updates archive and previously published annual bulletins.

Previously Published Annual bulletins

Caution should be taken when comparing crime figures with a domestic abuse or hate motivation across the range of time periods available below. There have been changes and improvements in crime recording practices and systems over time, and also changes in crime classifications and categories.

Further information on the changes and improvements in recording practices, systems and classifications can be found in the Police recorded crime statistics user guide (PDF, 864.1 KB)

Quarterly update, period ending 30 June 2016, (published 25 August 2016)

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Quarterly update, period ending 31 March 2016, providing final figures for 2015/16 (published 12 May 2016)

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Trends in Domestic Abuse Incidents and Crimes in Northern Ireland 2004/05 to 2014/15 (published 06 August 2015)

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Domestic Abuse Quarterly update to 31 March 2015 (published 12 May 2015)

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Trends in Domestic Abuse Incidents and Crimes in Northern Ireland 2004/05 to 2013/14 (published 3 July 2014)

Domestic Abuse Quarterly Update to 31 March 2014 (published 8 May 2014)

Trends in Domestic Abuse Incidents and Crimes in Northern Ireland 2004/05 to 2012/13 (published 5 July 2013)

Domestic Abuse Quarterly Update to 31 March 2013 (published 9 May 2013)

Trends in Domestic Abuse Incidents and Crimes in Northern Ireland 2004/05 to 2011/12 (published 5 July 2012)

Domestic Abuse Incidents and Crimes 2011/12 (published 10 May 2012)

Trends in Domestic Abuse Incidents and Crimes in Northern Ireland 2004/05 to 2010/11 (published 28 July 2011)

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