Every month each police force generates a Crime and ASB file and a Police Outcomes file in a set format. The forces upload these to a private server managed by the Single Online Home National Digital Team in the Government network, where the files undergo quality assurance.
Copies of the data from police forces is then sent to the Ministry of Justice (MoJ), where they try to match the crimes with any court results contained in their own records. The MoJ send any matching court results back to the Single Online Home National Digital Team, where they are integrated with the existing data.
All data is then anonymised before being published to this site.
includes "not only national crime surveys (which themselves cover diverse issues such as identity theft and alcohol-related disorder in the night-time economy) but also illegal drug use, workers in the criminal justice system, football hooliganism and community policing in Africa."
Police-recorded offences by type of crime; Homicide victims by age, gender, and relationship to offender; Offenders by justice process stage (suspected, prosecuted, convicted) and by age and gender; Personnel by institution (police, prosecution, courts, and prisons) by gender;
Legal cases by type and stage; Prisoners by age, gender and citizenship; Prison capacity and occupancy.
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