Northern Ireland: household crime rate 2006-2016

Household crime incidents in Northern Ireland from 2006/2007 to 2015/2016 (per 10,000 households)*

by Daniel Clark, last edited Nov 12, 2018
Northern Ireland: household crime rate 2006-2016 This statistic shows the number of household criminal incidences per 10,000 households in Northern Ireland from 2006/2007 to 2015/2016. Despite fluctuations, the figures show a net decrease of more than 40 percent during that time. The peak of household crime was reported in 2007/2008 at 1,612 incidences per 10,000 households. Last year marked the lowest number of criminal offences related to household at 932 incidences. For more information on share of households having suffered from household crime in Northern Ireland click here.
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Household crime incidents in Northern Ireland from 2006/2007 to 2015/2016 (per 10,000 households)*

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