Robbery and Burglary Statistics
As we start the new year, we look back at some statistics of 2018 and how we can help improve those numbers in 2019.
The South African Police Service along with Stats SA, have published some crime statistics for 2018, today we will be looking at crimes related to residential premises. So let’s get right to it and provide you with a solution.
All following crimes are counted per charge and per docket, as a single docket could include several charges.
Below we have listed the crimes related to Robbery and Burglary of residential and no-residential premises.
|Robbery at residential premises||22 343||22 26||-0.4%|
|Robbery at non-residential premises||20 680||20 047||-3.1%|
|Burglary at non-residential premises||75 618||71 195||-5.8%|
|Burglary at residential premises||246 654||228 094||-7.5%|
Looking at these numbers, we can see there has been a small decrease in Robberies and Burglaries from 2017 to 2018. It is great to see a decrease in these crimes but, those numbers are still extreamly high.
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