Thatcham, Aldermaston and Brimpton

Population: 25,160
Policed by: Thames Valley Police

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The following table and graphs show you crime and ASB breakdowns and trends for Thatcham, Aldermaston and Brimpton.

ASBBurglaryRobberyVehicleViolentShopliftingCD&AOther TheftDrugsBike TheftTheft From the PersonWeaponsPublic OrderOtherTotal
Mar 202314101362799300282130
Feb 2023121096271134001101121
Jan 2023921147561183212131148
Dec 20229103670762201150113
Nov 20221271888814129221107181
Oct 2022184167138121310170145
Sep 20222540106431052530111143
Aug 2022368247771784020201186
Jul 2022303027141872010187163
Jun 20222131050101162000111116
May 2022101126531674002173131
Apr 2022273006232121021162140
Mar 2022155047371076020154148
Feb 2022111044583122110173108
Jan 2022731239510710002151102
Dec 2021154025756103112210127
Nov 20212120032181557223243134
Oct 2021276116081751110241153
Sep 2021142047791581210313167
Aug 202122002581013102010250143
Jul 2021204035141161210231127
Jun 2021181046731763321195149
May 2021211056271546211123140
Apr 2021223033724775021241136
Mar 2021283144281496001133132
Feb 202112707405142241194108
Jan 20211640542385420374103
Dec 2020255034251571902190133
Nov 20202831250323121610061146
Oct 20205041349310135010143156
Sep 20202050449594520252112
Aug 202046002472155942072141
Jul 202039413632173110176148
Jun 2020271057111128212163150
May 202021614546166950144137
Apr 20203161349482340071119
Mar 2020236095610169410211138
Feb 20202090453598200233118
Jan 2020215134013173111031110
Dec 201921706461610511391117
Nov 201921629337207402420117
Oct 201936601442172181123161168
Sep 2019344063541547221103127
Aug 20194850530596230020115
Jul 2019511008522233660163171
Jun 20194020133311225430362144
May 20192991143015209552162148
Apr 2019373172210136110054110
Mar 20192431133871214121123122
Feb 201914301351516241102195
Jan 201922813311698811032113
Dec 20182130125691030015286
Nov 2018255233110177522254120
Oct 2018195092771081120022102
Sep 20182110083112815030042114
Aug 20182060133138712202095
Jul 201823301129699640444112
Jun 2018244154061410233211116
May 2018235084461612520234130
Apr 201817101281616823103197
Mar 201820301038892402023101
Feb 20182510119720731105292
Jan 20182730835102410221025129
Dec 201728308205284322010104
Nov 201732305198389935011133
Oct 2017541062821178721002147
Sep 201732601413112511530110122
Aug 201740110422121612760052137
Jul 20173480928779210111108
Jun 2017448082631212831072134
May 20174080123124138861423160
Apr 20172950524231751423215135
Mar 2017338053229225734134156
Feb 201726306181514342004398
Jan 20172020419711770104082
Dec 201618210343179613043101
Nov 2016216022972010562031112
Oct 20163441618111571251261123
Sep 201626411030191511840132134
Aug 2016324112919189820130127
Jul 2016252064417187620141133
Jun 201632303247196940010108
May 20162710141152261011033131
Apr 2016374042210187743120119
Mar 2016323022414134601021102
Feb 201625701211616032401298
Jan 201620503201213340112286
Dec 2015173182710138910181107
Nov 2015121113182214501003292
Oct 2015408092623127420121135
Sep 2015303072515145612041113
Aug 201528007324125660044108
Jul 201539704292165612151118
Jun 2015434112310184200031110
May 2015387091813127410112113
Apr 2015298041417182341123106
Mar 20152710162417185420002116
Feb 20151970118239413101087
Jan 20152080525716660111096
Dec 201413811308171221002196
Nov 20142210052057692101189
Oct 2014441914216119530042129
Sep 20144316072110176411051132
Aug 20144330614155641010199
Jul 201465608156126533014134
Jun 201438403251457530031108
May 201447217211456340042116
Apr 201441706197248540011123
Mar 2014382022961611630220117
Feb 2014212011239320001054
Jan 20142550416829420203199
Dec 2013217071711158800151101
Nov 20132380171814119440020110
Oct 201329501015713121151051114
Sep 2013335062617913620021120
Aug 201354601022201010211051142
Jul 2013447033242210240034135
Jun 20133214017171223211200024154
May 201342501721131816320021140
Apr 2013387091412168521112
Mar 201330110876101420088
Feb 201335708841712540100
Jan 2013331424224306280125
Dec 20124518072042213620137
Nov 2012281303857816584
Oct 2012347131991423845127
Sep 201240100414111518434123
Aug 20125111051691017717134
Jul 20125914042281618342150
Jun 20127012181672012215154
May 201257808127109254122
Apr 20125210081461110930123
Mar 20124711052091711231126
Feb 201228906216711327100
Jan 2012499031981212443123
Dec 20112770101771412416105
Nov 201139170132621221333139
Oct 201143210716151610316138
Sep 201141423149917024105
Aug 2011526151661141
Jul 20117810072864187
Jun 20117217172063180
May 2011578172989191
Apr 20118613062452181
Mar 20116211072552157
Feb 2011639292358164
Jan 20111914252156117
Dec 2010438072236116

Crime Plus ASB Breakdown for Thatcham, Aldermaston and Brimpton

Crime Breakdown (Dec 2010-Mar 2023)
Crime Rate Trends

Crime Type and ASB Charts for Thatcham, Aldermaston and Brimpton

All Crime + ASB
All Crime (No ASB)
Anti-Social Behaviour
Vehicle Crime
Violent Crime

In September 2011, Other Crime was divided into 6 categories - Drugs, Public Disorder & Weapons (which was later split further and so is not displayed here), Criminal Damage & Arson (CD&A), Theft - Shoplifting, Theft-Other and Other.

Criminal Damage and Arson
Theft - Shoplifting
Theft - Other
Miscelanious Other

From May 2013, the following changes were made to the crime categories:
I) The violent crime category was renamed "violence and sexual offences"
2) A new category for "bicycle theft" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
3) A new category for "theft from the person" was created which previously fell within "other theft"
4) Public disorder and weapons were then split into two new categories; "public order" and "possession of weapons"
5) Both "other firearms offences" and "other knives offences" which were in "other crime" were moved into "possession of weapons".

Bike Theft
Theft From the Person
Possession of Weapons
Public Order

The Economic Policy Centre has made every effort in order to ensure that the data for UkCrimeStats is accurate and up to date. However, we are aware of certain deficiencies in this data which are beyond our control. That's because as a 3rd party developer, we do not collect the data, the Police do who then hand it over to another data company to release to 3rd party developers such as ourselves. We only download and analyse it so that you can use it. For full detail of these deficiencies, please read here.

Neighbourhood Team

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Every neighbourhood in Thames Valley has a dedicated Neighbourhood Policing team.

Neighbourhood Policing teams can be contacted via 101, the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number. Always call 999 in an emergency.

Neighbourhood Policing teams…
  • Are led by senior police officers and include police community support officers (PCSOs), often together with volunteer police officers, volunteers and partners.

  • May serve one or several neighbourhoods.

  • Work with local people and partners to identify, tackle and prevent local, low-level crime, anti-social behaviour, and any ongoing concerns.

  • Provide you with a visible, accessible and accountable police service and aim to make your neighbourhood safer.

  • Have been present in every Thames Valley neighbourhood since 1 April 2008.

  • Focus all of their efforts on their dedicated neighbourhoods, building relationships with local people.

Neighbourhood Policing…
  • Needs you to tell us about the issues that concern you in your area.

  • Has transformed policing at a local level, to meet the needs of local communities.

  • Is known as ‘Safer Neighbourhoods’ in Milton Keynes.

Have Your Say logo From the start of 2010, Thames Valley Police extended its neighbourhood consultation by introducing a wider range of publicised opportunities to meet neighbourhood teams.

We will provide open monthly meetings to allow the public to influence our priorities. These meetings will be branded as Have Your Say opportunities, and in many cases will be held in conjunction with partners.

Once local priorities have been identified, a broader ‘toolkit’ of problem-solving tactics is being made available to ensure crime and anti-social behaviour is tackled effectively.

Across the Thames Valley area, there are many successful Neighbourhood Action Groups which will continue to deliver local problem solving, but the introduction of Have Your Say meetings will allow neighbourhood teams to identify more quickly those specific local priorities that need attention.

Thames Valley Police views the introduction of Have Your Say meetings as a positive step in tackling issues that matter most to the public. I welcome your support and engagement in this endeavour.