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'.
|Financial year||Non-sexual crimes of violence||Sexual offences||Crimes of dishonesty||Fire-raising, vandalism, etc.||Other crimes||Total||Proportion of crimes cleared up|
Racist incident is any incident which is perceived to be racist by the victim or any other person - Sir William MacPherson
|Financial year||Number||Rate per 10,000 population||Scottish rate|
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.
|Financial year||Number||Rate per 100,000 population||Scottish rate|
Source: Scottish Government Crime and Justice Statistics,
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