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Crime incidents – using the data

16 Aug 2018

To reduce crime incidents Onderpapegaaiberg Ward Committee erected a fence on Papegaaiberg.  Its aim?  To mitigate the risk of crime. And help catch criminals.  How serious is crime in Onderpapegaaiberg? What are the facts about crime incidents?  This post makes these facts known.  And analyses them.
Years Common robbery Armed residential robbery Unarmed residential burglary
2007-08 70 3 951
2008-09 96 6 894
2009-10 117 8 945
2010-11 198 17 1056
2011-12 189 23 1097
2012-13 227 36 1276
2013-14 233 58 1137
2014-15 222 48 917
2015-16 251 67 1069
2016-17 278 84 1093
Case diff 27 17 24
% Change +10,8 +25,4 +2,2
Type of Incident No. of incidents No. per month
Proactive actions* 29 9,67
Suspicious persons/behaviour 30 10
Housebreaking (burglary, unarmed) 7 2,34
Petty theft** 5 1,67
Malicious damage to property*** 2 0,67

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