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Crime statistics

Crime statistics

Crime in Clackmannanshire - main facts

Recorded crimes

This section details recorded crimes in Clackmannanshire. The term 'crime' is generally thought to refer serious criminal acts, whereas acts of lower seriousness fall under the category 'offences'.

Crimes recorded in Clackmannanshire
Financial yearNon-sexual crimes of violenceSexual offencesCrimes of dishonestyFire-raising, vandalism, etc.Other crimesTotalProportion of crimes cleared up
2010/1196641,2851,0858483,37861%
2011/1269811,2051,0186132,98655%
2012/1389641,0447566172,57060%
2013/1463591,0066815212,33056%
2014/15891169726405172,33453%
Racist incidents

Racist incident is any incident which is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person - Sir William MacPherson

Racist incidents in Clackmannanshire
Financial yearNumberRate per 10,000 populationScottish rate
2008/09531010.0
2009/104189.5
2010/113579.4
2011/12681310.3
2012/1352109
2013/144189
Domestic Abuse

The definition of domestic abuse used by Police Scotland is:

Any form of physical, sexual or mental and emotional abuse [that] might amount to criminal conduct and which takes place within the context of a relationship. The relationship will be between partners (married, cohabiting, civil partnership or otherwise) or ex-partners. The abuse can be committed in the home or elsewhere.

In 2014/15 there were 59,882 incidents of domestic abuse recorded by the police in Scotland, an increase of 2.5% from 2013/14.

Recorded incidents of domestic abuse in Clackmannanshire
Financial yearNumberRate per 100,000 populationScottish rate
2010/118331,6451,067
2011/127921,5601,139
2012/137131,3901,131
2013/147821,5921,097
2014/157041,3751,120

Source: Scottish Government Crime and Justice Statistics,
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