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1 NEW SOUTH WALES RECORDED CRIME STATISTICS 2014 Derek Goh and Stephanie Ramsey

2 NSW Recorded Crime Statistics 2014 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The production of this report was greatly assisted by officers within the NSW Police Force. Special thanks are due to officers in Business and Technology Services and in Corporate Information, Executive Support Group. The following officers of the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research contributed significantly to the production of this report. Thanks to Florence Sin for guidance in the publishing of the report and Neil Marott for processing the data contained in the report. Finally, thanks to Jackie Fitzgerald and Tracy Painting for reviews and presentation improvements and Nicole Mahoney for the map on the cover of the report Published by the NSW Bureau of Crime Statistics and Research Department of Justice Level 1 Henry Deane Building 20 Lee St Sydney 2001 Australia Phone: + 61 (2) Fax: + 61 (2) Website: ISSN This report is available in pdf format on our website and may be provided in alternative formats. Please contact the Bureau on or us at Front Cover Rates of Possess/use amphetamines by Local Government Area (LGA), 2014

3 NSW Recorded Crime Statistics 2014 INTRODUCTION This report presents data on crime reported to, or detected by, the NSW Police Force from January 1995 to December 2014, with a focus on the statistical trends for the 24 months ending December The data were extracted from the Computerised Operational Policing System (COPS) of the NSW Police Force in February The report includes an overview of trends in the most recent two-year period for major offence categories, firstly for NSW and then across NSW regions broken down to the Local Government Area (LGA) level. At the State level, for the 24-month period to the end of December 2014 one major offence category has been trending upwards: steal from dwelling (up 3.2%). Eight of the 17 major offence categories were trending downwards: robbery without a weapon (down 21.7%), robbery with a weapon not a firearm (down 14.5%), break and enter dwelling (down 3.8%), break and enter non-dwelling (down 12.8%), steal from motor vehicle (down 4.7%), steal from retail store (down 6.2%), steal from person (down 14.6%) and malicious damage to property (down 10.8%). The NSW graphs for rates of violent and property offences are on page 7 of the report. For violent offences using the 12-month moving average (light grey line) we can see a downward path over the past five years and this can also be seen in the trend tests for the levels of reported offences in Table 1.1. The property offences graph using the 6-month moving average (light grey line) indicates a strong downward path since about 2000 to 2010, after which it stabilised before dropping again more recently. Table 1.1 for trend tests on the levels of property offences indicates a significant decrease over the last five years. The front cover of the report is a Local Government Area (LGA) map showing variation across NSW in the rates of possess/use amphetamines offences. Dr Don Weatherburn Director April 2015 State of New South Wales through the Department of Justice NSW You may copy, distribute, display, download and otherwise freely deal with this work for any purpose, provided that you attribute the Department of Justice NSW as the owner. However, you must obtain permission if you wish to (a) charge others for access to the work (other than at cost), (b) include the work in advertising or a product for sale, or (c) modify the work.

4 NSW Recorded Crime Statistics 2014 CONTENTS SECTION 1: OVERVIEW OF TRENDS IN VIOLENT AND PROPERTY CRIME... 5 Figure 1.1 NSW long-term trend in violent crime... 7 Figure 1.2 NSW long-term trend in property crime... 7 Table 1.1 Trends in violent and property offences, NSW Statistical Areas (SAs) and NSW... 8 Table 1.2 Trends in violent and property offences, Greater Sydney Statistical Areas (SAs)... 9 Table 1.3 Trends in violent and property offences, NSW Local Government Areas (LGAs) SECTION 2: Table 2.1 Table 2.2 Table 2.3 Table 2.4 Figure 2.1A Figure 2.1B OVERVIEW OF TRENDS IN RECORDED CRIME, BY OFFENCE TYPE Trends in recorded criminal incidents for major offences, NSW, January 2010 to December 2014 Periodic trends in recorded criminal incidents for major offences, NSW, January 2009 to December 2014 Number and trends in recorded criminal incidents for all offences, NSW, January 2013 to December 2014 Number and outcome of 24-month trend tests for major offences, NSW LGAs, all reports 2006 to 2014 Number of NSW LGAs with significant upward trends for major offences, January 2012 to December 2013 and January 2013 to December 2014 Number of NSW LGAs with significant downward trends for major offences, January 2012 to December 2013 and January 2013 to December SECTION 3: TRENDS, RATE COMPARISONS AND RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, NSW REGIONS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS (LGAS) Table 3.1A Table 3.1B Trends in recorded criminal incidents for major offences, NSW SAs, January 2013 to December 2014 Ratio to NSW rate of recorded criminal incidents per 100,000 population, major offences, NSW SAs, Table 3.1C Number of recorded criminal incidents for major offences, NSW SAs, Table 3.1D Number of recorded criminal incidents for major offences, NSW SAs, Table 3.2A Table 3.2B Trends in recorded criminal incidents for major offences, Greater Sydney SAs, January 2013 to December 2014 Ratio to NSW rate of recorded criminal incidents per 100,000 population, major offences, Greater Sydney SAs, Table 3.2C Number of recorded criminal incidents for major offences, Greater Sydney SAs, Table 3.2D Number of recorded criminal incidents for major offences, Greater Sydney SAs, Table 3.3A Trends in recorded criminal incidents for major offences, NSW LGAs, January 2013 to December

5 NSW Recorded Crime Statistics 2014 Table 3.3B Ratio to NSW rate of recorded criminal incidents per 100,000 population, major offences, NSW LGAs, Table 3.3C Number of recorded criminal incidents for major offences, NSW LGAs, Table 3.3D Number of recorded criminal incidents for major offences, NSW LGAs, SECTION 4: Figure 4.1 Table 4.1 METHODS OF PROCEEDINGS AGAINST ALLEGED OFFENDERS, 2012, 2013 AND 2014 Trends in referral methods for alleged offenders proceeded against to court, NSW, January 2013 to December 2014 Number of alleged offenders recorded by NSW Police by method of legal proceedings, NSW, January 2012 to December SECTION 5: CLEARED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS AND WHETHER LEGAL PROCEEDINGS COMMENCED FOR SELECTED OFFENCES, JANUARY 2012 TO SEPTEMBER Table 5.1 Table 5.2 Table 5.3 Figure 5.1 Number of recorded criminal incidents for selected offences by clear up status and whether legal proceedings commenced, NSW, January 2012 to December 2012 Number of recorded criminal incidents for selected offences by clear up status and whether legal proceedings commenced, NSW, January 2013 to December 2013 Number of recorded criminal incidents for selected offences by clear up status and whether legal proceedings commenced, NSW, January 2014 to September 2014 Percentage of recorded criminal incidents for selected offences where legal proceedings commenced within 30 and 90 days, NSW, January 2014 to September APPENDICES Appendix 1 Trends in recorded criminal incidents for NSW Appendix 2 Definitions and Explanatory Notes Appendix 3 BOCSAR offences mapped to Police incident categories Appendix 4 Maps Appendix 5 Local Government Areas in Greater Sydney Statistical Areas and NSW regional Statistical Areas... 56

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9 Section 1: Overview of trends in violent and property crime 7 FIGURE 1.1: NSW LONG-TERM TREND IN VIOLENT OFFENCES* 140 Incident rate per 100,000 population FIGURE 1.2: NSW LONG-TERM TREND IN PROPERTY OFFENCES** 700 Incident rate per 100,000 population * Violent offences include: murder, assault - domestic violence related, assault - non-domestic violence related, assault police, robbery without a weapon, robbery with a firearm, robbery with a weapon not a firearm, sexual assault and indecent assault / act of indecency / other sexual offences. ** Property offences include: break and enter dwelling, break and enter non-dwelling, motor vehicle theft, steal from motor vehicle, steal from retail store, steal from dwelling, steal from person, stock theft, other theft and fraud. For further explanation of violent offences and property offences, see page 44, paragraph 7.

10 Section 1: Overview of trends in violent and property crime 8 TABLE 1.1: TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS, VIOLENT AND PROPERTY OFFENCES, NSW STATISTICAL AREAS (SAs) AND NSW, JANUARY 2010 TO DECEMBER 2014 Violent Offences* Property Offences** NSW Statistical Area Annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Average annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Ratio to NSW rate # Annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Average annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Ratio to NSW rate # Greater Sydney Stable -2.7% % Stable 1.0 Capital Region Stable -2.4% 0.8 Stable -6.0% 0.6 Central West Stable Stable 1.4 Stable Stable 1.2 Coffs Harbour - Grafton Stable 4.7% 1.3 Stable -3.2% 1.0 Far West and Orana Stable Stable 2.4 Stable 3.4% 1.8 Hunter Valley excluding Newcastle Stable Stable % Stable 1.1 Illawarra Stable Stable 1.0 Stable Stable 0.9 Mid North Coast Stable Stable 1.2 Stable -4.6% 1.0 Murray Stable 1.2% % -5.9% 1.0 New England and North West Stable Stable 1.7 Stable Stable 1.2 Newcastle and Lake Macquarie Stable Stable % -3.0% 1.1 Richmond - Tweed Stable Stable 1.1 Stable -3.7% 0.9 Riverina Stable -1.9% 1.3 Stable Stable 1.2 Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven Stable -4.4% 1.0 Stable -1.7% 0.9 NSW Stable -1.8% % -1.1% 1.0 ^ * For further explanation of trend results, see page 44, paragraphs 5 and 6. Violent offences include: murder, assault - domestic violence related, assault - non-domestic violence related, assault police, robbery without a weapon, robbery with a firearm, robbery with a weapon not a firearm, sexual assault and indecent assault / act of indecency / other sexual offences. ** Property offences include: break and enter dwelling, break and enter non-dwelling, motor vehicle theft, steal from motor vehicle, steal from retail store, steal from dwelling, steal from person, stock theft, other theft and fraud. For further explanation of violent offences and property offences, see page 44, paragraph 7. # For further explanation of rate calculation populations and the ratio to NSW rate, see page 44, Note 2 and paragraph 8.

11 Section 1: Overview of trends in violent and property crime 9 TABLE 1.2: TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS, VIOLENT AND PROPERTY OFFENCES, GREATER SYDNEY STATISTICAL AREAS (SAs), JANUARY 2010 TO DECEMBER 2014 Violent Offences* Property Offences** Greater Sydney Statistical Area Annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Average annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Ratio to NSW rate # Annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Average annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Ratio to NSW rate # Baulkham Hills and Hawkesbury Stable Stable % 3.7% 0.5 Blacktown Stable Stable 1.3 Stable Stable 1.2 Central Coast Stable Stable 1.0 Stable -5.2% 0.8 City and Inner South -10.1% -4.6% % Stable 2.7 Eastern Suburbs Stable -5.0% % -3.5% 0.9 Inner South West Stable Stable % Stable 0.8 Inner West Stable -4.1% 0.6 Stable Stable 1.0 North Sydney and Hornsby Stable Stable 0.4 Stable Stable 0.7 Northern Beaches Stable -4.0% % -3.6% 0.6 Outer South West Stable -4.5% 1.1 Stable -3.9% 0.8 Outer West and Blue Mountains Stable -2.5% 1.2 Stable Stable 1.0 Parramatta Stable Stable % Stable 1.1 Ryde -14.9% Stable 0.4 Stable 4.0% 0.7 South West Stable Stable 0.9 Stable Stable 1.0 Sutherland Stable -7.2% 0.5 Stable Stable 0.6 ^ * For further explanation of trend results, see page 44, paragraphs 5 and 6. Violent offences include: murder, assault - domestic violence related, assault - non-domestic violence related, assault police, robbery without a weapon, robbery with a firearm, robbery with a weapon not a firearm, sexual assault and indecent assault / act of indecency / other sexual offences. ** Property offences include: break and enter dwelling, break and enter non-dwelling, motor vehicle theft, steal from motor vehicle, steal from retail store, steal from dwelling, steal from person, stock theft, other theft and fraud. For further explanation of violent offences and property offences, see page 44, paragraph 7. # For further explanation of rate calculation populations and the ratio to NSW rate, see page 44, Note 2 and paragraph 8.

12 Section 1: Overview of trends in violent and property crime 10 TABLE 1.3: TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS, VIOLENT AND PROPERTY OFFENCES, NSW LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS (LGAs), JANUARY 2010 TO DECEMBER 2014 Violent Offences* Property Offences* Annual percentage change over Average annual percentage change Annual percentage change over Average annual percentage change NSW LGAs Jan Dec 2014 Jan Dec 2014 Ratio # to NSW rate Jan Dec 2014 Jan Dec 2014 Albury ns ns Armidale Dumaresq ns ns Ashfield ns ns ns 1.0 Auburn ns 1.0 ns Ballina ns ns Balranald ns ns. ns ns. Bankstown ns ns ns 1.0 Bathurst Regional ns ns 1.4 ns ns 1.2 Bega Valley ns ns 0.8 ns Bellingen ns ns 0.7 ns ns 0.6 Berrigan ns ns 0.5 ns ns 0.5 Blacktown ns ns 1.3 ns ns 1.1 Bland ns Blayney ns ns 0.8 ns ns 0.5 Blue Mountains ns ns Bogan ns ns 2.5 ns Bombala... ns ns. Boorowa ns.. ns ns. Botany Bay ns ns Bourke ns ns. ns 9.7. Brewarrina ns 8.0. ns Broken Hill ns ns 1.8 ns ns 1.0 Burwood ns ns Byron ns ns 1.6 ns ns 1.4 Cabonne ns ns ns 0.6 Camden ns ns 0.6 ns Campbelltown ns ns Canada Bay ns ns 0.4 ns ns 0.8 Canterbury 7.2 ns 0.7 ns ns 0.7 Carrathool ns ns Central Darling ns ns. ns ns. Cessnock ns ns 1.3 ns Clarence Valley ns ns ns 1.1 Cobar ns ns 1.8 ns Coffs Harbour ns ns Conargo ns ns. ns ns. Coolamon ns ns 0.5 ns Cooma-Monaro ns ns ns 0.5 Coonamble ns ns 3.1 ns ns 2.8 Cootamundra ns ns 1.3 ns Corowa Shire ns ns ns 1.0 Cowra ns ns ns 1.2 Deniliquin ns ns 1.3 ns Dubbo ns ns 2.0 ns Dungog ns ns 0.7 ns Eurobodalla ns ns 1.0 ns Fairfield ns ns 0.8 Forbes ns ns 1.8 ns ns 1.2 Gilgandra ns ns 1.7 ns ns 1.9 Glen Innes Severn ns ns 1.0 Gloucester ns ns 0.8 ns ns 0.5 Gosford ns ns Goulburn Mulwaree ns ns Great Lakes ns ns 1.2 ns ns 0.9 Greater Hume Shire ns ns 0.5 ns Greater Taree ns ns 1.3 ns Griffith ns Gundagai ns ns 0.8 ns Gunnedah ns ns 1.3 ns ns 1.6 Guyra ns 1.3 ns ns 0.8 Gwydir ns ns 0.7 ns ns 0.5 Harden ns ns 0.8 ns ns 0.6 Hawkesbury ns ns 1.0 ns ns 0.9 Hay ns ns ns. Holroyd ns ns 0.9 ns Hornsby ns ns Hunters Hill ns ns 0.5 ns ns 0.6 Hurstville ns ns 0.8 Inverell ns ns 2.0 ns Jerilderie... ns.. Junee ns ns 1.0 ns ns 0.6 Kempsey ns ns 1.7 ns ns 1.6 Kiama ns ns 0.5 ns ns 0.7 Kogarah ns ns ns 0.7 Ku-ring-gai ns ns 0.2 ns ns 0.4 Kyogle ns ns Lachlan ns ns ns 1.7 Lake Macquarie ns ns 0.9 ns ns 1.0 Lane Cove ns ns 0.3 ns ns 0.6 Leeton ns ns 1.3 ns Ratio # to NSW rate

13 Section 1: Overview of trends in violent and property crime 11 TABLE 1.3: TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS, VIOLENT AND PROPERTY OFFENCES, NSW LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS (LGAs), JANUARY 2010 TO DECEMBER 2014 Violent Offences* Property Offences* Annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Average annual percentage change Jan Dec 2014 Ratio # to NSW rate Annual percentage change over Jan Dec 2014 Average annual percentage change Jan Dec 2014 Ratio # to NSW rate NSW LGAs Leichhardt ns ns Lismore ns ns Lithgow ns ns Liverpool ns ns 1.1 ns Liverpool Plains ns ns 1.3 ns ns 0.6 Lockhart ns ns 0.4 Lord Howe Island Maitland ns ns 1.0 ns Manly ns ns 0.9 ns Marrickville ns Mid-Western Regional ns ns 1.3 ns ns 0.9 Moree Plains ns ns ns 2.8 Mosman ns ns 0.3 ns ns 0.5 Murray ns ns 0.6 ns ns 1.0 Murrumbidgee ns ns. ns ns. Muswellbrook ns ns 1.4 ns ns 1.4 Nambucca ns ns 1.3 ns ns 1.0 Narrabri ns ns 1.2 ns ns 1.3 Narrandera ns ns ns 1.1 Narromine ns ns 1.9 ns ns 1.9 Newcastle ns ns North Sydney ns ns 0.5 ns Oberon ns ns 0.9 ns ns 0.7 Orange ns ns 1.7 ns ns 1.7 Palerang ns ns ns 0.5 Parkes ns ns 1.5 ns ns 1.0 Parramatta ns ns 1.1 ns Penrith ns ns ns 1.1 Pittwater ns ns Port Macquarie-Hastings ns ns Port Stephens ns ns Queanbeyan ns ns ns 0.9 Randwick ns Richmond Valley ns ns Rockdale ns Ryde ns Shellharbour ns ns Shoalhaven ns ns Singleton ns ns 0.9 ns ns 1.2 Snowy River ns ns 0.8 ns ns 0.6 Strathfield ns ns 0.9 ns ns 1.3 Sutherland Shire ns ns ns 0.6 Sydney ns 3.4 Tamworth Regional ns ns 1.1 Temora ns ns 1.0 ns ns 0.7 Tenterfield ns ns 1.7 ns ns 1.1 The Hills Shire ns ns Tumbarumba ns ns 1.0 ns Tumut Shire ns ns 1.1 ns ns 0.7 Tweed ns ns Unincorporated Far West ns ns ns. Upper Hunter Shire ns ns ns 0.7 Upper Lachlan Shire ns ns ns 0.4 Uralla ns ns 0.6 ns ns 0.5 Urana Wagga Wagga ns 1.3 ns ns 1.5 Wakool ns ns 0.9 ns ns 0.5 Walcha ns 0.8 ns Walgett ns ns 1.8 Warren ns ns. Warringah ns Warrumbungle Shire ns ns ns 0.8 Waverley ns ns Weddin ns ns 0.6 ns ns 0.5 Wellington ns ns 2.0 ns ns 1.7 Wentworth ns ns 2.1 ns Willoughby ns ns 0.4 ns Wingecarribee ns ns 0.7 ns ns 0.6 Wollondilly ns ns Wollongong ns ns 1.0 ns ns 1.0 Woollahra ns ns 0.5 ns ns 0.9 Wyong ns ns 1.2 ns Yass Valley ns ns 0.5 ns ns 0.4 Young ns ns 1.6 ns ns 0.7 NSW ns ^ For further explanation of trend results, see page 44, paragraphs 5 and 6. * For further explanation of violent offences and property offences, see page 44, paragraph 7. # For further explanation of rate calculation populations and the ratio to NSW rate, see page 44, Note 2 and paragraph 8. Sydney LGA can be considered a special case since the population used to calculate the rate is much lower than the population using the area for work and entertainment. This will be reflected in higher incident rates.

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15 SECTION 2: OVERVIEW OF TRENDS IN RECORDED CRIME BY OFFENCE TYPE

16 Section 2: Overview of trends in recorded crime, by offence type 14 TABLE 2.1: TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, NSW, JANUARY 2010 TO DECEMBER 2014 Offence category Trend result and annual percentage change Jan Dec 2014 Trend result and average annual percentage change Jan Dec 2014 Murder* Stable Stable Assault - domestic violence related Stable Up by 2.7% Assault - non-domestic violence related Stable Down by 5.7% Sexual assault Stable Stable Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Stable Up by 4.6% Robbery without a weapon Down by 21.7% Down by 13.7% Robbery with a firearm Stable Down by 9.3% Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Down by 14.5% Down by 5.7% Break and enter dwelling Down by 3.8% Down by 4.8% Break and enter non-dwelling Down by 12.8% Down by 7.1% Motor vehicle theft Stable Down by 7.5% Steal from motor vehicle Down by 4.7% Down by 1.2% Steal from retail store Down by 6.2% Stable Steal from dwelling Up by 3.2% Up by 1.7% Steal from person Down by 14.6% Down by 8.5% Fraud Stable Up by 7.5% Malicious damage to property Down by 10.8% Down by 7.2% ^ For further explanation of trend results, see page 44, paragraphs 5 and 6. * For murder, the trend test is applied to the monthly number of recorded victims rather than criminal incidents.

17 Section 2: Overview of trends in recorded crime, by offence type 15 TABLE 2.2: PERIODIC TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, NSW, JANUARY 2009 TO DECEMBER 2014 Offence category Trend result and annual percentage change Jan Dec 2010 Jan Dec 2011 Jan Dec 2012 Jan Dec 2013 Jan Dec 2014 Murder* Stable Stable Stable Stable Stable Assault - domestic violence related Stable Stable Stable Stable Stable Assault - non-domestic violence related Stable -6.3% Stable Stable Stable Sexual assault Stable Stable Stable Stable Stable Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Stable Stable Stable 10.0% Stable Robbery without a weapon -6.3% -14.7% Stable -11.3% -21.7% Robbery with a firearm Stable Stable Stable Stable Stable Robbery with a weapon not a firearm -10.6% Stable Stable Stable -14.5% Break and enter dwelling Stable -4.1% Stable -13.1% -3.8% Break and enter non-dwelling -11.3% Stable -4.6% -10.4% -12.8% Motor vehicle theft -9.2% Stable -6.7% -12.8% Stable Steal from motor vehicle -4.8% 7.7% Stable -4.9% -4.7% Steal from retail store Stable Stable Stable Stable -6.2% Steal from dwelling Stable Stable Stable Stable 3.2% Steal from person -11.3% Stable Stable -11.5% -14.6% Fraud Stable Stable 17.0% 14.6% Stable Malicious damage to property -9.9% Stable Stable -7.9% -10.8% ^ For further explanation of trend results, see page 44, paragraphs 5 and 6. * For murder, the trend test is applied to the monthly number of recorded victims rather than criminal incidents.

18 Section 2: Overview of trends in recorded crime, by offence type 16 TABLE 2.3: NUMBER AND TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR ALL OFFENCES, NSW, JANUARY 2013 TO DECEMBER 2014 Offence Category Number of recorded criminal incidents Jan Dec 2013 Jan Dec 2014 Trend^ over 24-month period Trend test result Percentage change Homicide Murder* Stable Attempted murder Stable Murder accessory, conspiracy 3 1. Manslaughter* 2 3. Assault Domestic violence related assault 28,423 29,070 Stable Non-domestic violence related assault 34,082 31,529 Stable Assault Police 2,654 2,516 Stable Sexual offences Sexual assault 4,644 4,737 Stable Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences 6,377 6,376 Stable Abduction and kidnapping Stable Robbery Robbery without a weapon 2,444 1,914 Down -21.7% Robbery with a firearm Stable Robbery with a weapon not a firearm 1,409 1,204 Down -14.5% Blackmail and extortion Stable Harassment, threatening behaviour and private nuisance 29,502 29,528 Stable Other offences against the person 1,222 1,282 Stable Theft Break and enter dwelling 35,264 33,932 Down -3.8% Break and enter non-dwelling 14,605 12,734 Down -12.8% Receiving or handling stolen goods 6,877 7,272 Stable Motor vehicle theft 15,963 14,861 Stable Steal from motor vehicle 44,815 42,702 Down -4.7% Steal from retail store 21,843 20,483 Down -6.2% Steal from dwelling 21,647 22,335 Up 3.2% Steal from person 7,182 6,131 Down -14.6% Stock theft Stable Fraud 49,998 48,649 Stable Other theft 34,143 32,202 Down -5.7% Arson 6,861 5,599 Stable Malicious damage to property 76,257 68,027 Down -10.8% Drug offences Possession and/or use of cocaine 1,011 1,326 Up 31.2% Possession and/or use of narcotics 948 1,086 Up 14.6% Possession and/or use of cannabis 21,245 24,793 Up 16.7% Possession and/or use of amphetamines 5,177 7,058 Up 36.3% Possession and/or use of ecstasy 2,624 2,790 Stable Possession and/or use of other drugs 4,284 3,981 Down -7.1% Dealing, trafficking in cocaine Stable Dealing, trafficking in narcotics Stable Dealing, trafficking in cannabis Stable Dealing, trafficking in amphetamines 1,588 2,026 Up 27.6% Dealing, trafficking in ecstasy Stable Dealing, trafficking in other drugs Stable Cultivating cannabis 1,226 1,275 Stable Manufacture drug Stable Importing drugs Down -49.4% Other drug offences 4,691 4,807 Stable Prohibited and regulated weapons offences 9,705 11,669 Up 20.2% Disorderly conduct Trespass 8,848 8,924 Stable Offensive conduct 7,424 6,390 Down -13.9% Offensive language 4,308 4,284 Stable Criminal intent 2,887 3,222 Stable Betting and gaming offences Stable Liquor offences 14,631 13,125 Stable Pornography offences Stable Prostitution offences Up 488.6% Against justice procedures Escape custody Down -27.3% Breach Apprehended Violence Order 13,085 13,316 Stable Breach bail conditions 32,633 32,321 Stable Fail to appear Stable Resist or hinder officer 6,403 6,528 Stable Other offences against justice procedures Stable Transport regulatory offences 70,910 84,388 Up 19.0% Other offences 15,898 15,285 Stable ^ For further explanation of trend results, see page 44, paragraphs 5 and 6. * For murder and manslaughter incidents, the trend test is applied to the monthly number of recorded victims rather than criminal incidents.

19 Section 2: Overview of trends in recorded crime, by offence type 17 TABLE 2.4: NUMBER AND OUTCOME^ OF 24-MONTH TREND TESTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, NSW LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS (LGAs), ALL REPORTS 2006 TO 2014 Final month for 24-month trend test Number of LGAs Number of trend tests Stable trends (%) Downward trends (%) Upward trends (%) 2006 March 167 1, June 154 1, September 154 1, December 154 1, March 154 1, June 154 1, September 154 1, December 154 1, March 154 1, June 154 1, September 154 1, December 154 1, March 154 1, June 154 1, September 154 1, December 154 1, March 154 1, June 154 1, September 154 1, December 154 1, March 154 1, June 154 1, September 154 1, December 154 1, March 154 1, June 154 1, September 154 1, December 154 1, March 154 1, June 154 1, September 154 1, December 154 1, March 154 1, June 154 1, September 154 1, December 154 1, ^ This table summarises the aggregate outcomes of statistical tests for significant upward or downward trends in the number of recorded criminal incidents in major offence categories over a 24-month period across all NSW LGAs with a population of 3,000 or more. The trend test used is Kendall s rank-order correlation test. A trend test was not performed if there were fewer than 20 incidents in either of the two years for the period in question, hence no trend tests for murder were calculated for this table. Tests ending in 2005 were carried out on 15 major offence categories (during this period assault was a single offence category). Tests ending in 2006 and later years were carried out on 16 major offence categories ( assault incidents separated into domestic violence related and nondomestic violence related). Assault Police incidents have been recorded separately from the two major assault series from 2008 onwards.

20 Section 2: Overview of trends in recorded crime, by offence type 18 FIGURE 2.1A: NUMBER OF NSW LGAs WITH SIGNIFICANT UPWARD TRENDS^, MAJOR OFFENCES, JANUARY 2012 TO DECEMBER 2013 AND JANUARY 2013 TO DECEMBER 2014 Steal from dwelling Break and enter dwelling Break and enter non-dwelling Steal from motor vehicle Assault - domestic violence related Steal from retail store Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Malicious damage to property Assault - non-domestic violence related Fraud Sexual assault Steal from person Motor vehicle theft Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Robbery with a firearm Jan 13 to Dec 14 Jan 12 to Dec Number of LGAs FIGURE 2.1B: NUMBER OF NSW LGAs WITH SIGNIFICANT DOWNWARD TRENDS^, MAJOR OFFENCES, JANUARY 2012 TO DECEMBER 2013 AND JANUARY 2013 TO DECEMBER 2014 Malicious damage to property Steal from motor vehicle Break and enter non-dwelling Break and enter dwelling Steal from retail store Assault - non-domestic violence related Steal from person Fraud Motor vehicle theft Robbery without a weapon Steal from dwelling Assault - domestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Jan 13 to Dec 14 Jan 12 to Dec 13 Robbery with a firearm Number of LGAs ^ For further explanation of trend results, see page 44, paragraphs 5 and 6.

21 SECTION 3: TRENDS, RATE COMPARISONS AND RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES NSW REGIONS AND LGAS 2013 AND 2014

22 Section 3: Trends, rate comparisons and recorded criminal incidents by regions and LGAs 20 TABLE 3.1A: TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, NSW SAs, JANUARY 2013 TO DECEMBER 2014 NSW Statistical Area Murder* Assault - domestic violence related Assault - non-domestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a firearm Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Break and enter dwelling Break and enter non-dwelling Motor vehicle theft Steal from motor vehicle Steal from retail store Steal from dwelling Steal from person Fraud Malicious damage to property Greater Sydney ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Capital Region. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Central West. ns ns ns ns ns.. ns ns ns ns ns 9.5 ns ns Coffs Harbour - Grafton. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Far West and Orana. ns ns ns ns.. ns 22.5 ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Hunter Valley excluding Newcastle. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Illawarra. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Mid North Coast. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Murray. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns New England and North West. ns -9.9 ns ns ns.. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Newcastle and Lake Macquarie. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Richmond - Tweed. ns ns ns ns ns.. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Riverina. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns -8.3 NSW ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ^ For further explanation of trend results, see page 44, paragraphs 5 and 6. * Any trend test for the offence of murder is for the number of victims, not incidents. TABLE 3.1B: RATIO TO NSW RATE^ OF RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS PER 100,000 POPULATION, MAJOR OFFENCES, NSW SAs, 2014 NSW Statistical Area Murder* Assault - domestic violence related Assault - non-domestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a firearm Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Break and enter dwelling Break and enter non-dwelling Motor vehicle theft Steal from motor vehicle Steal from retail store Steal from dwelling Steal from person Fraud Malicious damage to property Greater Sydney Capital Region Central West Coffs Harbour - Grafton Far West and Orana Hunter Valley excluding Newcastle Illawarra Mid North Coast Murray New England and North West Newcastle and Lake Macquarie Richmond - Tweed Riverina Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven NSW ^ For further explanation of rate calculation populations and the ratio to NSW rate, see page 44, Note 2 and paragraph 8. * The rate calculations on the offence of murder is for the number of victims, not incidents.

23 Section 3: Trends, rate comparisons and recorded criminal incidents by regions and LGAs 21 TABLE 3.1C: NUMBER OF RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, NSW SAs, 2014 NSW Statistical Area Murder* Assault - domestic violence related Assault - non-domestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a firearm Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Break and enter dwelling Break and enter non-dwelling Motor vehicle theft Steal from motor vehicle Steal from retail store Steal from dwelling Steal from person Fraud Malicious damage to property Greater Sydney 43 15,988 17,417 2,302 3,389 1, ,721 5,903 9,084 25,202 12,829 11,756 4,892 38,259 36,549 Capital Region ,017 Central West 3 1,203 1, , , , ,992 Coffs Harbour - Grafton ,590 Far West and Orana 5 1,425 1, , , ,730 Hunter Valley excluding Newcastle 2 1, , , , ,067 2,934 Illawarra 6 1,071 1, , , ,343 2,696 Mid North Coast 4 1,012 1, , ,337 Murray ,378 New England and North West 3 1,268 1, , , ,946 Newcastle and Lake Macquarie 3 1,478 1, , ,942 1,283 1, ,164 3,893 Richmond - Tweed 6 1,074 1, , ,015 2,348 Riverina , , ,051 Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven ,439 NSW 86 29,070 31,529 4,737 6,376 1, ,204 33,932 12,734 14,861 42,702 20,483 22,335 6,131 48,649 68,027 * Number of victims. TABLE 3.1D: NUMBER OF RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, NSW SAs, 2013 NSW Statistical Area Murder* Assault - domestic violence related Assault - non-domestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a firearm Greater Sydney 61 15,485 18,762 2,184 3,423 1, ,005 19,420 6,493 9,610 26,600 14,191 10,898 5,683 39,537 41,315 Capital Region ,333 Central West 3 1,077 1, , , ,398 Coffs Harbour - Grafton ,584 Far West and Orana 3 1,435 1, , , ,795 Hunter Valley excluding Newcastle 3 1,274 1, , , , ,001 3,205 Illawarra 3 1,013 1, , , ,203 3,085 Mid North Coast 0 1,018 1, , , , ,669 Murray ,519 New England and North West 1 1,273 1, , , ,191 Newcastle and Lake Macquarie 4 1,520 1, ,144 1,060 1,222 3,152 1,231 1, ,142 4,498 Richmond - Tweed , , , ,633 Riverina , , ,352 Southern Highlands and Shoalhaven ,569 NSW 88 28,423 34,082 4,644 6,377 2, ,409 35,264 14,605 15,963 44,815 21,843 21,647 7,182 49,998 76,257 Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Break and enter dwelling Break and enter non-dwelling Motor vehicle theft Steal from motor vehicle Steal from retail store Steal from dwelling Steal from person Fraud Malicious damage to property * Number of victims.

24 Section 3: Trends, rate comparisons and recorded criminal incidents by regions and LGAs 22 TABLE 3.2A: TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, GREATER SYDNEY SAs, JANUARY 2013 TO DECEMBER 2014 Greater Sydney Statistical Area Murder* Assault - domestic violence related Assault - non-domestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a firearm Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Break and enter dwelling Break and enter nondwelling Motor vehicle theft Steal from motor vehicle Steal from retail store Steal from dwelling Steal from person Fraud Malicious damage to property Baulkham Hills and Hawkesbury. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Blacktown. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Central Coast. 6.3 ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns -9.4 ns ns City and Inner South. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Eastern Suburbs. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Inner South West. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Inner West. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns North Sydney and Hornsby. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns 37.5 ns ns -9.9 Northern Beaches. ns ns ns ns ns.. ns ns ns ns ns Outer South West. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Outer West and Blue Mountains. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Parramatta. ns ns 32.0 ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Ryde. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns 45.0 ns ns ns South West. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns -8.4 Sutherland. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ^ For further explanation of trend results, see page 44, paragraphs 5 and 6. TABLE 3.2B: RATIO TO NSW RATE^ OF RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS PER 100,000 POPULATION, MAJOR OFFENCES, GREATER SYDNEY SAs, 2014 Greater Sydney Statistical Area Murder* Assault - domestic violence related Assault - non-domestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a firearm Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Break and enter dwelling Break and enter nondwelling Motor vehicle theft Steal from motor vehicle Steal from retail store Steal from dwelling Steal from person Fraud Malicious damage to property Baulkham Hills and Hawkesbury Blacktown Central Coast City and Inner South Eastern Suburbs Inner South West Inner West North Sydney and Hornsby Northern Beaches Outer South West Outer West and Blue Mountains Parramatta Ryde South West Sutherland ^ For further explanation of rate calculation populations and the ratio to NSW rate, see page 44, Note 2 and paragraph 8. * The rate calculations on the offence of murder is for the number of victims, not incidents.

25 Section 3: Trends, rate comparisons and recorded criminal incidents by regions and LGAs 23 TABLE 3.2C: NUMBER OF RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, GREATER SYDNEY SAs, 2014 Greater Sydney Statistical Area Murder* Assault - domestic violence related Assault - non-domestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a firearm Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Break and enter dwelling Break and enter nondwelling Motor vehicle theft Steal from motor vehicle Steal from retail store Steal from dwelling Steal from person Fraud Malicious damage to property Baulkham Hills and Hawkesbury Blacktown 2 1,979 1, , ,495 1, ,673 3,702 Central Coast 5 1,252 1, , , ,478 3,327 City and Inner South 3 1,316 3, , ,827 2,639 1,581 2,028 7,954 3,927 Eastern Suburbs , ,022 1,698 Inner South West 7 1,966 1, , ,389 2,792 1,056 1, ,585 3,434 Inner West , , ,973 1,771 North Sydney and Hornsby , , ,428 2,028 Northern Beaches ,067 1,395 Outer South West 0 1, , , ,181 2,528 Outer West and Blue Mountains 2 1,475 1, , , ,591 3,626 Parramatta 11 1,841 1, , ,098 2,545 1,054 1, ,277 3,054 Ryde , South West 9 1,765 1, , ,049 2, ,973 2,641 Sutherland ,598 * Number of victims. TABLE 3.2D: NUMBER OF RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, GREATER SYDNEY SAs, 2013 Greater Sydney Statistical Area Murder* Assault - domestic violence related Assault - non-domestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a firearm Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Break and enter dwelling Break and enter non-dwelling Motor vehicle theft Steal from motor vehicle Steal from retail store Steal from dwelling Steal from person Fraud Malicious damage to property Baulkham Hills and Hawkesbury ,114 Blacktown 2 1,877 1, , ,327 1, ,619 4,248 Central Coast 7 1,178 1, , , ,513 3,901 City and Inner South 6 1,312 4, ,503 1, ,030 2,646 1,585 2,391 8,565 4,391 Eastern Suburbs , , ,379 1,855 Inner South West 12 1,865 1, , ,362 3,112 1, ,378 3,679 Inner West , , ,878 2,055 North Sydney and Hornsby , , ,232 2,252 Northern Beaches , ,064 1,839 Outer South West 3 1,249 1, , , ,341 2,841 Outer West and Blue Mountains 8 1,407 1, , , ,777 4,259 Parramatta 8 1,768 1, , ,083 2,893 1, ,004 3,487 Ryde , South West 7 1,755 1, , ,145 2,301 1, ,963 2,883 Sutherland ,589 * Number of victims.

26 Section 3: Trends, rate comparisons and recorded criminal incidents by regions and LGAs 24 TABLE 3.3A: TRENDS^ IN RECORDED CRIMINAL INCIDENTS FOR MAJOR OFFENCES, NSW LGAs, JANUARY 2013 TO DECEMBER 2014 NSW LGA Murder* Assault - domestic violence related Assault - nondomestic violence related Sexual assault Indecent assault, act of indecency and other sexual offences Robbery without a weapon Robbery with a firearm Robbery with a weapon not a firearm Albury. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Armidale Dumaresq. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns. ns ns Ashfield. ns ns ns ns ns ns 71.6 ns ns ns Auburn. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Ballina. ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns Balranald ns Bankstown. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Bathurst Regional ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns 30.4 ns ns ns Bega Valley. ns ns. ns... ns ns ns ns. ns ns Bellingen. ns ns..... ns ns. ns. ns. ns Berrigan ns. ns. ns.. ns Blacktown. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns 18.0 ns ns ns ns Bland. ns ns Blayney. ns ns.. ns.... ns Blue Mountains. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns Bogan. ns ns ns Bombala Boorowa Botany Bay. ns ns..... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Bourke. ns ns..... ns ns ns ns ns.. ns Brewarrina. ns ns..... ns Broken Hill. ns ns..... ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns Burwood. ns ns. ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Byron. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Cabonne. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns Camden. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns Campbelltown. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Canada Bay. ns ns. ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Canterbury ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Carrathool Central Darling. ns ns..... ns ns ns Cessnock. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Clarence Valley. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns Cobar. ns ns..... ns ns ns.. ns Coffs Harbour. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Conargo ns Coolamon Cooma-Monaro.. ns..... ns Coonamble. ns ns..... ns ns. ns.. ns Cootamundra. ns ns..... ns.... ns Corowa Shire. ns ns..... ns ns. ns. ns.. ns Cowra. ns ns. ns... ns ns 76.2 ns. ns ns Deniliquin. ns ns ns. ns.. ns Dubbo. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Dungog. ns ns.. ns Eurobodalla. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns Fairfield. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns -9.2 Forbes. ns ns..... ns ns ns ns. ns. ns ns Gilgandra. ns ns..... ns ns. ns.... ns Glen Innes Severn ns ns. ns. ns.. ns Gloucester ns Gosford. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Goulburn Mulwaree. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns Great Lakes. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns Greater Hume Shire ns ns. ns. ns.. ns Greater Taree. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Griffith. ns ns. ns... ns ns ns ns 95.2 ns. ns ns Gundagai ns ns Gunnedah. ns ns..... ns ns ns 80.4 ns ns. ns ns Guyra. ns ns ns... ns.. ns Gwydir Harden ns Hawkesbury. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Hay.. ns ns Holroyd. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Hornsby. ns ns ns ns ns 20.9 ns ns ns ns Hunters Hill.. ns..... ns.. ns. ns. ns ns Hurstville ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Inverell. ns ns ns.... ns ns. ns ns ns. ns ns Jerilderie Junee ns.. ns Kempsey. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Kiama. ns ns..... ns ns ns ns. ns. ns ns Kogarah. ns ns. ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Ku-ring-gai. ns ns ns ns... ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Kyogle. ns ns..... ns ns... ns.. ns Lachlan. ns ns..... ns ns. ns. ns.. ns Lake Macquarie. ns ns ns ns ns. ns ns ns ns ns ns ns ns Lane Cove. ns ns..... ns ns. ns ns ns Leeton ns..... ns ns. ns.. ns Break and enter dwelling Break and enter non-dwelling Motor vehicle theft Steal from motor vehicle Steal from retail store Steal from dwelling Steal from person Fraud Malicious damage to property

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