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Send Road (Caversham) crime data

Last Update June 5th, 2019 - Police data on 25 crimes reported on Send Road, including 13 incidents of anti-social behaviour, seven violent or sexual offences, two burglaries, and two vehicle crimes. The data covers the period May 2016 to April 2019.

2019
APR
Other theft
Investigation complete; no suspect identified
2019
APR
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2019
APR
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2019
MAR
Violence and sexual offences
Investigation complete; no suspect identified
2019
MAR
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2019
MAR
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2019
MAR
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2019
MAR
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2019
JAN
Violence and sexual offences
Under investigation
2018
DEC
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2018
NOV
Violence and sexual offences
Unable to prosecute suspect
2018
NOV
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2018
AUG
Violence and sexual offences
Status update unavailable
2018
JUL
Violence and sexual offences
Defendant found not guilty
2018
APR
Vehicle crime
Investigation complete; no suspect identified
2018
MAR
Burglary
Status update unavailable
2017
NOV
Violence and sexual offences
Unable to prosecute suspect
2017
APR
Burglary
Unable to prosecute suspect
2017
FEB
Vehicle crime
Investigation complete; no suspect identified
2017
JAN
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2017
JAN
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2016
DEC
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2016
SEP
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2016
JUN
Anti-social behaviour
No outcome data for anti-social behaviour
2016
MAY
Violence and sexual offences
Unable to prosecute suspect

Send Road crime reports by crime type

The most common crime type on Send Road was Anti-social behaviour, which accounted for 13 crime reports. There were seven reports of Violence and sexual offences, two reports of Burglary, two reports of Vehicle crime, and one report of Other theft.

Percentage crime reports
by crime type:
#
Crime
%
13
Anti-social behaviour
52%
7
Violence and sexual offences
28%
2
Burglary
8%
2
Vehicle crime
8%
1
Other theft
4%
0
Bicycle theft
0%
0
Criminal damage and arson
0%
0
Drugs
0%
0
Other crime
0%
0
Possession of weapons
0%
0
Public order
0%
0
Robbery
0%
0
Shoplifting
0%
0
Theft from the person
0%

Send Road crime reports by outcome

The most common outcome of crimes reported on Send Road were Investigation complete; no suspect identified and Unable to prosecute suspect, which were the outcomes in four crime reports respectively. Two crime reports had outcomes of Status update unavailable, one had an outcome of Defendant found not guilty, and one had an outcome of Under investigation.

Percentage crime reports
by outcome:
#
Outcome
%
4
Investigation complete; no suspect identified
33%
4
Unable to prosecute suspect
33%
2
Status update unavailable
17%
1
Defendant found not guilty
8%
1
Under investigation
8%
0
Action to be taken by another organisation
0%
0
Awaiting court outcome
0%
0
Court case unable to proceed
0%
0
Court result unavailable
0%
0
Defendant sent to Crown Court
0%
0
Formal action is not in the public interest
0%
0
Further investigation is not in the public interest
0%
0
Local resolution
0%
0
Offender deprived of property
0%
0
Offender fined
0%
0
Offender given a caution
0%
0
Offender given a drugs possession warning
0%
0
Offender given absolute discharge
0%
0
Offender given community sentence
0%
0
Offender given conditional discharge
0%
0
Offender given penalty notice
0%
0
Offender given suspended prison sentence
0%
0
Offender ordered to pay compensation
0%
0
Offender otherwise dealt with
0%
0
Offender sent to prison
0%
0
Suspect charged as part of another case
0%
Source: data.police.uk
Licence: Open Government Licence