Crime data

MOPAC's Evidence and Insight Team provides data and analysis to inform our work, producing a range of interactive dashboards to help explore and understand a range of data about crime, policing and community safety.

As part of our commitment to transparency, we are pleased to be able to share these dashboards publicly for stakeholders and Londoners to use. This page includes links to our dashboards on different types of crime in London.

Crime Dashboard - focusing on local volume crimes, which account for around 60% of all recorded crime in London, this dashboard allows the user to see whether local priority crimes have gone up or down and crime trends over time at the city, Borough and ward level.

Weapon-enabled Crime Dashboard - tackling serious violence is a key priority, and this dashboard enables the user to focus on trends and levels of different types of weapon-enabled crimes, such as gun and knife offences - at both Borough and ward level. The dashboard also shows the latest available data on public perceptions of weapon-enabled crime, helping track levels of public concern across the capital.

Domestic and Sexual Violence Dashboard - this has been developed to support the delivery and oversight of the Mayor's Violence Against Women and Girls Strategy. The dashboard monitors the level of recorded offences throughout the Metropolitan Police Service Boroughs. The dashboard also monitors data on victimisation, perpetrators/offenders identified and the overall perception of how well the MPS responds to violence against women and girls. We also aim to include repeat victimisation data in the future.

Hate Crime Dashboard - this tool monitors the level of Hate Crime offending throughout the Metropolitan Police Service Boroughs. The dashboard also includes data on victimisation, perpetrators/offenders identified and the overall public perception and victim satisfaction of those affect by hate crime.

 

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