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Correction See correction
The year to June 2020 data published on 28th October 2020 contained a supply error in the fraud and computer misuse offence figures recorded by Action Fraud. Computer misuse offences were not supplied for April and May 2020. A correction has been made to the total number of police recorded crimes for the April to June 2020 period in Section 5 and the size of increases in total fraud and computer misuse offences recorded by Action Fraud or referred to the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau in Section 10. A correction has also been made to the total number of computer misuse offences and the size of increases in these offences in Section 11. Figures 4, 5 and 6 have now been corrected following the revisions to figures in the following tables; Summary Table 1, A4, A5, A7, Current QT1 – PRC by Quarter, Monthly Table 1, Table F6, Figure F1a and Figure F1b.
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Important notes and usage information
A small error occurred in Table QT1a due to the change in the number of police recorded crimes being calculated incorrectly. We have corrected this error. You can see all previous versions of this data on the previous versions page. We apologise for any inconvenience.
The following files have been corrected:
Year ending September 2017, published 25 January 2018 Year ending June 2017, published 19 October 2017 Year ending June 2016, published 20 October 2016 Year ending March 2016, published 21 July 2016
You can access the new files under 'supporting files you may find useful'.