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Data Provider: Welsh Government National Statistics 23b. British Crime Survey - Household crime in Wales (SOC)

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[Expand]All personal crime per 10,000 adultsPersonal crimes refer to the following offence categories: wounding, assault with minor injury, assault with no injury, sexual offences, robbery, theft from the person, and other personal theft. The main Crime Survey tables do not cover personal crimes against those aged under 16 or not living in private households. In the data presented here, \'all personal crime\' excludes sexual offences; the number of sexual offences picked up by the survey is too small to give reliable estimates and these figures are not provided...|The data item is not available..|The data item is not available..|The data item is not available879743852709557691588698645881
[Collapse]All household crime per 10,000 householdsFor household offences reported in the Crime Survey, all members of the household can be regarded as victims. Therefore, the respondent answers on behalf of the whole household in the offence categories of: bicycle theft; burglary; theft in a dwelling; other household theft; thefts of and from vehicles; and vandalism to household property and vehicles...|The data item is not available..|The data item is not available..|The data item is not available2,6082,7132,9552,4182,2032,0812,0132,1432,0791,941
All household crime per 10,000 householdsFor household offences reported in the Crime Survey, all members of the household can be regarded as victims. Therefore, the respondent answers on behalf of the whole household in the offence categories of: bicycle theft; burglary; theft in a dwelling; other household theft; thefts of and from vehicles; and vandalism to household property and vehicles.[Expand]Burglary in a dwelling per 10,000 householdsUntil 2012-13 the Crime Survey only covered domestic burglary, which is an unauthorised entry into the victim’s dwelling. Burglary does not necessarily involve forced entry; it may be through an open window, or by entering the property under false pretences (e.g. impersonating an official). Burglary does not cover theft by a person who is entitled to be in the dwelling at the time of the offence. The dwelling is a house, flat or any connected outhouse or garage. Common areas (e.g. hallways) are not included.<br /><br />The measure for burglary is broken down into burglary with entry and attempted burglary.235258213239261293281218168203223180216
[Expand]Vehicle-related theft per 10,000 householdsThis covers three categories: (i) theft or unauthorised taking of a vehicle (where the vehicle is driven away illegally, whether or not it is recovered); (ii) theft from motor vehicles (i.e. theft of parts, accessories and contents); and (iii) attempts. The Crime Survey covers vehicle-related theft against private households only and includes cars, vans, motorbikes, motor-scooters or mopeds used for non-commercial purposes.1,186845726713711715497568546460513371334

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