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Police.uk now not only gives residents access to the latest
crime data in their neighbourhood. The site also shows ‘justice
outcomes’ for crimes previously committed.
Justice outcomes are the ways in which crimes have been finally
This could include, for example, a caution being issued by the
police, a decision that a case cannot be taken any further or an
offender being sentenced at court.
The service is managed solely by the Home Office, using information
provided by partners in the criminal justice system.
Visit the Police.uk website for more
The national Street Level Crime website is owned by the
Office working in conjunction with the
Police Improvement Agency (NPIA).
Please note that the format and presentation of the crime and
anti-social behaviour data on the website is the responsibility of
the Home Office and the NPIA.
www.police.uk and enter
your postcode or street name to find statistics about
crime and anti-social behaviour in your area of the City
As a guide, we have provided information around the Street Level
Crime website and would recommend that you read these before
The Crime Mapping Website includes Help Notes and a Frequently
Asked Questions section.
View frequently asked questions
The City of London Police provides crime and anti-social
behaviour incident data to the company contracted by the Home
Office and the NPIA, Rock Kitchen Harris. The Association of Chief
Police Officers has signed an agreement with Rock Kitchen Harris on
behalf of all Chief Constables.
This agreement specifies and limits the way in which they use
this data only for the purpose of converting the data into the
agreed format for publication on the Street Level Crime
The data is provided on a monthly basis direct from The City of
The points on the map at which crimes/incidents are shown are
called ‘snap points’ and are not the exact location the
crime/incident occurred. These points are allocated as follows:
If you have concerns or a complaint about how crime/incident
data has been displayed on the Street Level Crime website, you can
in the first instance contact your local Safer Neighbourhood