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Publication of Management Information - Asylum Statistics Click Here for more details. (May 2010)
Withdrawal of National Statistics - Motoring Statistics. Click Here for more details. (May 2010)
Proposals To Withdraw National Statistics Series Motoring offences. Click Here for more details. (November 2009)
A consultation concluded on 15 January 2010 (announced in the quarterly statistical bulletin published on 22 October 2009) that proposed moving to reporting national recorded crime trends in the regular quarterly crime bulletins on the basis of rolling 12 month comparisons. Two responses to the consultation were made, one of which is supportive of the change, the other makes a number of observations and suggestions, but is not against the change. In the light of this response we plan to implement the proposed change in reporting in the next quarterly bulletin on crime (due to be published on 22 April 2010 giving results for the 2009 calendar year).
Consultation on the British Crime Survey extension to cover under 16s
The British Crime Survey (BCS) is one the main sources of information about levels and trends in crime in England and Wales, and crime-related topics such as perceptions of anti-social behaviour and the police. The BCS covers people living in private households in England and Wales. It extended to cover under 16s in January 2009.