The Warwickshire Observatory provides a research and intelligence service for partner agencies involved in crime and disorder reduction activity. In support of community safety the team collects, analyses and disseminates data related to crime and disorder from a range of local partners, so that other agencies can target their community safety work more effectively and help keep Warwickshire one of the safest places to live.
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Although overall crime is reducing in Warwickshire, it is thought that cybercrime has been on the increase for years as more and more people are now carrying out their day to day transactions online and an increasing number of companies are using the internet to successfully run their businesses. Experts report that cybercrime continues to increase […]
Crime in rural areas in Warwickshire has been analysed in an attempt to understand what crime in a rural area is and whether certain crime types are increasing or reducing in these rural areas, and what is being done to tackle it. The report examines rural locations in Warwickshire by output area only. Rural locations account […]
A report of Warwickshire Key Statistics – Victims of Crime has been produced for the Office of the Police Crime Commissioner. The report examines Warwickshire victim data for the period of 1st April 2013 to 31st March 2014 which includes key findings from an analysis of Warwickshire Police and various victim support based agencies’ data. The report provides an analysis […]
Warwickshire Drug and Alcohol Treatment Needs Assessment 2012/13 – PDF, 1.7MB (Needs EDRM link)