From July 2019 onwards, see here . I should add this is not our fault but according to our source data from:
Just over a couple of weeks ago, the Sunday Times ran a story with the headline “Burglaries rise by 68% of Boris Johnson’s seat“. As we’ve been collating constituency level crime data for almost 9 years, I thought we’d see … Continue reading
All existing subcribers will remain unchanged on £2.99 a month. Our new rate will be £4.99. Still great value and we’ve done a lot of improvements over the year with many more to come. So if you’re thinking of subscribing … Continue reading
Google ads – which are set automatically by google – have suddenly got a lot more invasive of late on UKCrimeStats – I’ve even had to go through a page to get to where I want. So we’ve made a … Continue reading
So I’ve done a new short video of how this works – here it is.
An eagle-eyed customer of ours noticed something was adrift with Hampshire Constabulary’s ASB monthly totals from April 2018 – basically, they appear to be several times lower than before. I got in touch directly with Hampshire and they agreed. As … Continue reading
Here at UKCrimeStats, each month we don’t just update monthly crime data, but also property prices and corporate and commercial ownership data of property. Every few months, when the data is available, we update postcodes and boundaries. Less often than … Continue reading
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