So where are the worst and best broadband spots across the whole country? Using our new feature https://ukcrimestats.com/Broadband/ you can find out. I’m always amazed how many people buy or move into any new place without having a serious idea … Continue reading
I’ve written here before about the importance of weighting for population (and daytime population and area size for that matter). We now have estimated constituency populations from 2011 – 2017. See here.
So I decided to do my first video, now on youtube.com so you can see how it works. The bigger the radius and the number of crimes in the area, the longer it takes to load – so please bear … Continue reading
Crime for April 2019, Property prices for April 2019, Corporate Ownership data and latest postcodes. Always plenty to do here to keep this website up to date for all our users.
We have crime data going back to December 2010 and populations can change quite quickly. We now have a full set of annual official estimates for the small area Lower Layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs) and Middle Super Output Areas … Continue reading
All done. Kent Police however is still far behind on catching up with missing data. Officially, the changelog says that they are only missing ASB data from November 2018 due to a change in IT systems. But it seems to … Continue reading
I’ve looked at this using postcode sectors – a small unit and probably the most relevant. This is something you can easily query with a ukcrimestats login. Here are the top 10 – I knew Cambridge was bad, but not … Continue reading
This is a unique feature of ukcrimestats – you can query the land registry data covering England and Wales and answer questions like this with a login. Here are the top 10; Jan to Dec 2018 Postcode Sector Region Total … Continue reading
The answer according to the Land Registry data, which you can query with our website here – is the Anchor Hanover Group who have taken ownership fo 1870 properties between December 2018 and February 2019 alone. AHG have a line … Continue reading
A good piece in the BBC here recently – Crime figures: Do the police know how much there really is? I’m always at pains to stress the limitations of crime data when people phone/email me – as they frequently do. … Continue reading