Annual crime rate in Tyne and Wear county is 6.1, i.e. 6.1 crimes reported per annum per 1000 workday people. Compared to the national crime rate, Tyne and Wear's crime rate is at 137%. Shoplifting crime makes up 4.5% of all crimes reported in the county. The total number of "shoplifting crime" is 7.3k, and this number has increased by 8.4% when compared year-over-year in the period of April 2021 - March 2022.
Shoplifting crime rate is 6.1 crimes reported per 1,000 working people per annum. It's the 7. highest crime rate out of 53 England and Wales' counties.
The total number of "shoplifting crime" is 7.3k, and this number has increased by 8.4% when compared year-over-year in the period of April 2021 - March 2022. In the graph below, county are compared by crime rate and crime rate percentage change. Crime rate percentage change compares the county crime rate between April 2021 - March 2022 to the county crime rate in the previous 12 months. The size of the circle reflects the number of total crimes reported. The bigger the circle, the higher the number of crimes reported in the county.
Crime volume by month.
Annual crime rate per 1000 workday people
Total number of crimes reported in a given calendar month (1 = January … 12 = December) in the previous five years, i.e. from 2017 till 2021.