London Knife Crime Offences by Borough 2007 to 2013

London Knife Crime by Borough 2007 to 2013

There has been a significant reduction (-19.7%) in reported knife crime offences from the financial year 2011-12 to 2012-13. With some boroughs notably: Lambeth, Westminster, Brent, Camden, Greenwich, Islington and Merton seeing reductions of over a third. Three London boroughs saw small knife crime offence increases, Croydon, Southwark and Barnet, with Southwark having the highest volume of knife crimes in a London Borough and Croydon the second highest volume.

Interestingly those boroughs that saw some of the greatest reductions in knife crime did not see any real improvement in Sanction Detections rates (police identifying or charging offenders) with only small increases in some cases and indeed a few decreases in sanction detection rates. Given the reduced number of police officers in London boroughs and the minimal year on years change in sanction detection rates; it does suggest that policing and crime detection activity has not really led to the significant drop in knife crime offences over the last year and other factors are probably in play.

Table of London Knife Crime Offences by Borough 2007 – 2013

BOROUGH Knife Crime 2007-08 Knife Crime 2008-09 Knife Crime 2009-10 Knife Crime 2010-11 Knife Crime 2011-12 Knife Crime 2012-13
Barking and Dagenham 384 354 397 391 460 320
Barnet 364 340 404 357 393 404
Bexley 170 193 136 154 161 132
Brent 623 504 547 512 575 353 (-38.6%)
Bromley 265 323 286 282 276 232
Camden 474 318 349 426 440 275 (-37.5%)
Croydon 595 491 542 508 566 606 (+7.4%)
Ealing 585 489 567 528 503 487
Enfield 554 446 533 577 514 430
Greenwich 509 414 373 435 399 271 (-32.1%)
Hackney 660 548 509 539 507 387
Hammersmith and Fulham 372 277 304 307 286 209
Haringey 633 505 495 490 554 449
Harrow 215 216 181 190 221 195
Havering 187 203 205 222 231 176
Heathrow Airport 1 0 0 0
Hillingdon 367 342 266 262 336 289
Hounslow 345 25 262 335 341 298
Islington 445 464 409 443 544 338
Kensington and Chelsea 194 185 150 159 166 159
Kingston upon Thames 133 137 116 101 106 96
Lambeth 719 662 692 819 1010 661 (-34.6%)
Lewisham 580 498 498 650 674 486
Merton 218 177 239 223 299 198
Newham 980 597 788 774 762 680
Redbridge 396 407 316 307 432 341
Richmond upon Thames 109 75 97 80 100 100
Southwark 827 725 880 961 917 953 (+4%)
Sutton 182 182 163 150 130 120
Tower Hamlets 556 481 433 496 630 576
Waltham Forest 631 545 618 625 602 456
Wandsworth 383 365 404 448 396 353
Westminster 536 529 458 575 637 342 (-46.3%)
TOTAL per financial year 14192 12347 12617 13326 14169 11376 (-19.7%)

source CitizensReportUK.org FOI to MPS 2013.

Knife Crime: All offences of Murder, attempted murder, threats to kill, manslaughter, infanticide, wounding or carrying out an act endangering life, GBH without intent, ABH and other injury, sexual assault, rape, robbery where a knife or sharp instrument (defined as any instrument that can pierce the skin) has been used.
Simple possession is excluded (For example, when a police search results in a discovery of possession of a weapon). Please note: data includes where a knife was ‘threatened but not seen’ from April 2008 onwards.

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London Gun Crime Offences per Borough – 2008 to 2013

Table of London Gun Crime Offences by Borough – 2008 – 2011

BOROUGH Gun Crime 2008-09 Gun Crime 2009-10 Gun Crime 2010-11 Gun Crime 2011-12 Gun Crime 2012-13
Barking and Dagenham 89 91 95 84 49
Barnet 97 109 73 47 69
Bexley 50 35 33 28 33
Brent 117 166 104 115 76
Bromley 82 75 61 45 38
Camden 64 127 50 62 36
Croydon 170 174 163 135 114
Ealing 98 118 108 105 62
Enfield 108 141 119 60 61
Greenwich 116 103 88 83 37
Hackney 141 182 104 79 70
Hammersmith and Fulham 55 62 85 38 33
Haringey 119 155 83 96 64
Harrow 62 49 46 39 27
Havering 41 43 45 46 35
Heathrow Airport 0 0 0
Hillingdon 74 72 73 58 52
Hounslow 71 50 55 42 40
Islington 78 106 52 59 46
Kensington and Chelsea 34 34 43 24 26
Kingston upon Thames 17 22 16 15 6
Lambeth 209 279 215 217 132
Lewisham 204 224 120 142 148
Merton 68 78 56 47 35
Newham 155 137 165 135 45
Redbridge 71 72 61 75 54
Richmond upon Thames 13 25 13 19 15
Southwark 195 226 212 147 164
Sutton 62 43 25 24 27
Tower Hamlets 65 89 53 72 48
Waltham Forest 135 142 149 126 69
Wandsworth 90 148 74 68 96
Westminster 72 83 70 72 68
TOTAL per financial year 3022 3460 2708 2404 1913
(-20.4% yearly reduction)

source CitizensReportUK.org FOI request to MPS 2013

previous years data: gun crime offences from 2006

Gun Crime Offences: Violence Against the Person, robbery, burglary and sexual offences in which a firearm (defined as a weapon covered by Firearms Acts 1968 to 1988 and excluding CS/pepper spray) are used.
Simple possession, without intent or lawful authority, is excluded (For example, when a police search results in a discovery of possession of a weapon). n.b Data includes where a gun was ‘threatened but not seen’ from April 2008 onwards.

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London Serious Youth Violence 2008 to 2013 (2013 update)

Table of the number of Serious Youth Violence Offences (victims) by London Borough from 2008 to 2013

BOROUGH Serious Youth Violence
2008-09
Serious Youth Violence
2009-10
Serious Youth Violence
2010-11
Serious Youth Violence
2011-12
Serious Youth Violence
2012-13
Barking and Dagenham 235 213 207 236 145
Barnet 195 227 193 206 214
Bexley 117 88 101 110 62
Brent 209 231 255 243 143
Bromley 226 204 172 164 122
Camden 172 189 205 190 93
Croydon 288 342 299 302 317
Ealing 237 261 213 203 191
Enfield 278 328 357 293 247
Greenwich 259 218 217 183 103
Hackney 278 257 205 204 174
Hammersmith and Fulham 112 133 148 112 70
Haringey 225 241 223 246 180
Harrow 113 107 115 124 114
Havering 141 137 159 145 113
Heathrow Airport 1 1 0
Hillingdon 197 192 179 208 150
Hounslow 177 125 181 161 121
Islington 244 194 185 242 140
Kensington and Chelsea 73 72 85 65 80
Kingston upon Thames 127 100 103 102 55
Lambeth 321 351 407 450 270
Lewisham 276 304 336 329 203
Merton 124 146 115 159 121
Newham 299 343 372 330 204
Redbridge 237 167 156 223 126
Richmond upon Thames 81 60 50 75 55
Southwark 411 469 509 463 430
Sutton 129 104 97 72 63
Tower Hamlets 206 252 248 279 212
Waltham Forest 271 302 301 309 184
Wandsworth 191 218 196 156 128
Westminster 225 201 314 315 131
TOTAL per financial year 6675 6777 6872 6899 4961 (-38%)

source CitizensReportUK.org Met Police FOI May 2013 and London Police and Crime Committee // – offence numbers are dependent on reports being made and recorded by the police

Highest Serious Youth Violence Boroughs are: Southwark, Croydon, Lambeth, Enfield and Barnet. The financial year 2012/13 saw very large reductions in overall Serious Youth Violence. Boroughs with the greatest reductions include Barking and Dagenham, Brent, Camden, Hackney, Islington, Lambeth, Lewisham. Waltham Forest. There have also been reductions in London police numbers in 2012/13; the concern would be that less police may mean reporting of Serious Youth Violence rather than fewer incidences of Serious Youth Violence. However given the consistency in reduction of violent crime indicators including murder (which is reported well) there should be some confidence that there have been real reductions in serious violence rather just an artefact of police recorded incidence.

The Met police definition of Serious Youth Violence is any offence of Most Serious Violence or Weapon Enabled Crime, where the victim is aged 1 to 19

The Met police definition of Youth Violence is any offence of Most Serious Violence and Assault with Injury or Weapon Enabled Crime, where the victim is aged 1 to 19

London Teenage Murders 2005 to 2013

Most Serious Violence: Homicide and Child Destruction, Attempted Murder, Wounding or other act endangering life, Grievous Bodily Harm (Part), Causing Death by Dangerous/Careless/ Inconsiderate Driving, Causing Death by Aggravated Vehicle Taking.

Assault with injury: Actual Bodily Harm and other injury and racially or religiously aggravated ABH and other injury.

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Massive Reduction in London Murder in 2012 – good reductions across England and Wales

2012 has seen a large reduction in murder in London and across England and Wales.

With a 20% reduction in London murders in 2012 (compared to 2011); 2012 could be the first time in over three decades that murders in London have been under a 100 in a year. Police reported crime data suggests 98 (maybe 99) murders in 2012 compared to around 120 in 2011. This has reduced London’s murder rate to 12.1 per million population (London population is 8,174,100) see London Murder page
Much has been said about potential police activities that have brought this number of murders down despite a growing London population and greater diversity in nationalities, religions, communities and cultures, but it is probably time we stop the cycle of thanking the police and authorities for crime reductions, yet when crime goes up, its everyone else’s fault. The evidence suggests that these massive reductions are a change in how individuals and communities in London view themselves and choose to conduct themselves, rather than a step change in policing.

So is this massive reduction in murder down to the police and the criminal justice system?

  • Murder detections – Sanction detections levels for murder in London (the proportion of murder offences were police charge someone) have always been good and have been in the mid nineties over the last 3 years Met Police Homicide sanction detection .
  • Sentencing – sentences for murder and homicide have not varied
  • Police Numbers – police numbers have been cut by around 5% with some inner city boroughs having the greatest reductions link to officer number spreadsheet with more reductions planned into 2013.
  • Gangs and youth murder – other than the teenage murder spike in 2007 and 2008, teenage murders continue to represent around 10% to 15% of London murders. And although we had a 50% reduction in teenage murders in London from 2011 to 2012 (from 15 to 8 teenage murders) we have had a similar reduction between 2008 and 2009 (from 29 to 14 teenage murders) so “special anti-gang activity in 2012″ is unlikely to have made the difference.

  • Are the murder reductions due to better Emergency Health Services?

  • Health services seem to be getting to grips with dealing with knife and gunshot wounds and this may have had an impact in the number of knife or gunshot deaths/ murders; however, there have been good reductions in the number of emergency ambulance call outs for knife and gun injuries link to ambulance call out London Boroughs

  • No I believe it is time to hand back the accolades and plaudits to the communities in London for this massive reduction in murder rather than continually lauding police and statutory authorities.

    Murders in England and Wales
    Murders in England and Wales 1960 to 2012
    Murders in England and Wales may possibly be under 560 in 2012, continuing the reductions over the last decade.

    Austerity UK means that Police numbers and funding are being cut, youth clubs and community crime services are closing. Stress within families is greater…. This is against a backdrop of an increasing number of Londoners and more diverse London population …. despite all the theories that suggest murder volumes should be increasing; murder volumes and rates are actually falling.
    However these reductions are not entirely a surprise: murder volumes across the world are falling and recessions in the past have tended to bring along with them reductions in serious violent crime and murder, and increases in acquisitive crime – although the acquisitive crime increase in this recession hasn’t occurred in most parts of the UK.

    Theories about crime, sentencing and police numbers are being blown out the water. It’s time for a few ideas about why we are seeing this crime reduction despite local and national services being cut.

    Official data on violent crime in England and Wales to June 2012, is available on this link

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    London Knife Crime Offences 2007 to 2012

    London Knife Crime by Borough 2007 to 2012
    21 out of 32 London boroughs saw increases in knife crime offences from the 2010-11 financial year to the end of the 2011-12 financial year leading to a continuation of the four year upward trend. The greatest percentage increases (over +20%) occurred in Redbridge, Merton, Hillingdon, Richmond, Lambeth, Islington. Moderate reductions (better than -10%) have occurred in Enfield and Wandsworth.
    Lambeth with 1006 knife crime offences in 2011-12, a 28.8% increase (additional 187 offences) over the year, now has the highest level of knife crime in London, with Southwark coming the second highest with 961 knife crime offences.

    While the level of stabbings – knife offences that have led to injury – has remained relatively unchanged with a 4% decrease from 2010-11 (4,133 offences) to 2011-12 (3,970 offences); it is likely that the 10% increase in personal robbery from 2010-11 (32,848 offences) to 2011-12 (36,138 offences) contributed to the increases in overall knife crime offences, as knives are regularly used to threaten and intimidate robbery victims.

    Table of London Knife Crime Offences by Borough 2007 – 2012

    BOROUGH Knife Crime 2007-08 Knife Crime 2008-09 Knife Crime 2009-10 Knife Crime 2010-11 Knife Crime 2011-12
    % change over yr
    Barking and Dagenham 384 354 397 391 461 (+17.9%)
    Barnet 364 340 404 357 393 (+10.1%)
    Bexley 170 193 136 154 160 (+3.9%)
    Brent 623 504 547 512 575 (+12.3%)
    Bromley 265 323 286 282 276 (-2.1%)
    Camden 474 318 349 426 440 (+3.3%)
    Croydon 595 491 542 508 566 (+11.4%)
    Ealing 585 489 567 528 504 (-4.5%)
    Enfield 554 446 533 577 514 (-10.9%)
    Greenwich 509 414 373 435 396 (-9%)
    Hackney 660 548 509 539 506 (-6.1%)
    Hammersmith and Fulham 372 277 304 307 286 (-6.8%)
    Haringey 633 505 495 490 552 (+12.7%)
    Harrow 215 216 181 190 221 (+16.3%)
    Havering 187 203 205 222 231 (+4.1%)
    Heathrow Airport 1 0 0 0
    Hillingdon 367 342 266 262 336 (+28.2%)
    Hounslow 345 25 262 335 341 (+1.8%)
    Islington 445 464 409 443 544 (+22.8%)
    Kensington and Chelsea 194 185 150 159 167 (+5%)
    Kingston upon Thames 133 137 116 101 106 (+5%)
    Lambeth 719 662 692 819 1006 (+22.8%)
    Lewisham 580 498 498 650 676 (+4%)
    Merton 218 177 239 223 299 (+34.1%)
    Newham 980 597 788 774 764 (-1.3%)
    Redbridge 396 407 316 307 432 (+40.7%)
    Richmond upon Thames 109 75 97 80 100 (+25%)
    Southwark 827 725 880 961 920 (-4.3%)
    Sutton 182 182 163 150 130 (-13.3%)
    Tower Hamlets 556 481 433 496 630 (+27%)
    Waltham Forest 631 545 618 625 603 (-3.5%)
    Wandsworth 383 365 404 448 396 (-11.6%)
    Westminster 536 529 458 575 638 (+11%)
    TOTAL per financial year 14192 12347 12617 13326 14170 (+6.3%)

    knife crime offences updated to 2013 on this link
    source MPS 2012.

    Knife Crime: All offences of Murder, attempted murder, threats to kill, manslaughter, infanticide, wounding or carrying out an act endangering life, GBH without intent, ABH and other injury, sexual assault, rape, robbery where a knife or sharp instrument (defined as any instrument that can pierce the skin) has been used.
    Simple possession is excluded (For example, when a police search results in a discovery of possession of a weapon). Please note: data includes where a knife was ‘threatened but not seen’ from April 2008 onwards.

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    London Stabbings – Knife Crime with Injury 2007 – 2012

    The number of stabbings in London that have led to injury has remained relatively consistent from 2009 to 2012, stabilising around 4000 stabbings a year.

    Table of London Knife Crime Offences that have caused Injury by Borough 2007 – 2011

    BOROUGH Knife Offences with Injury 2007-08 Knife Offences with Injury 2008-09 Knife Offences with Injury 2009-10 Knife Offences with Injury 2010-11 Knife Offences with Injury 2011-12
    Barking and Dagenham 24 92 141 110
    Barnet 21 65 99 95
    Bexley 19 57 48 44
    Brent 32 119 163 153
    Bromley 12 85 96 97
    Camden 38 84 93 138
    Croydon 37 146 179 157
    Ealing 33 154 202 183
    Enfield 35 122 144 148
    Greenwich 28 122 141 138
    Hackney 41 160 218 195
    Hammersmith and Fulham 19 87 108 105
    Haringey 39 151 201 229
    Harrow 8 62 54 61
    Havering 18 53 83 84
    Heathrow Airport 0 0 0 0
    Hillingdon 24 85 109 80
    Hounslow 14 75 88 103
    Islington 28 132 155 165
    Kensington and Chelsea 10 53 57 54
    Kingston upon Thames 17 38 41 42
    Lambeth 63 214 222 260
    Lewisham 54 161 167 225
    Merton 22 49 71 63
    Newham 52 226 283 265
    Redbridge 14 97 94 74
    Richmond upon Thames 9 29 24 26
    Southwark 53 240 324 259
    Sutton 11 44 54 55
    Tower Hamlets 33 155 139 146
    Waltham Forest 31 125 153 131
    Wandsworth 35 99 131 102
    Westminster 31 121 118 146
    TOTAL 905 3502 4200 4133 3970

    source MPS 2012

    Figures are dependent on offences that have been reported and recorded by the police.

    The data provided on this table refers to where a knife has actually caused an injury to the victim. The previous knife crime offences tables on the citizensreportuk.org site included knife offences where a knife was either seen or spoken of to threaten a victim.

    Knife offences With Injury:All offences of Murder, attempted murder, threats to kill, manslaughter, infanticide, wounding or carrying out an act endangering life, GBH without intent, ABH and other injury, sexual assault, rape, robbery where a knife or sharp instrument (defined as any instrument that can pierce the skin) has been used and caused injury.

    The “Knife Crime with Injury” category may provide a better indicator of potentially lethal knife use, rather than “knife homicides” or “knife crime with serious injuries”. A wounding from a knife in a seemingly non-lethal area can very easily lead to severe and fatal consequences dependent on access to medical care and whether a major artery or organ has been damaged. The element of chance means that any knife wound is potentially lethal but luck and skill of health services has prevented many of these stabbing injuries leading to fatalities.

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    London Gun Crime Offences 2006 – 2012

    Table of London Gun Crime Offences by Borough – 2006 – 2011

    BOROUGH Gun Crime 2006-07 Gun Crime 2007-08 Gun Crime 2008-09 Gun Crime 2009-10 Gun Crime 2010-11
    Barking and Dagenham 69 65 89 91 95
    Barnet 73 99 97 109 73
    Bexley 40 51 50 35 33
    Brent 163 173 117 166 104
    Bromley 62 74 82 75 61
    Camden 58 66 64 127 50
    Croydon 142 163 170 174 163
    Ealing 135 148 98 118 108
    Enfield 107 122 108 141 119
    Greenwich 105 181 116 103 88
    Hackney 149 173 141 182 104
    Hammersmith and Fulham 66 85 55 62 85
    Haringey 143 135 119 155 83
    Harrow 39 58 62 49 46
    Havering 52 41 41 43 45
    Heathrow Airport 0 3 0 0 0
    Hillingdon 60 73 74 72 73
    Hounslow 52 72 71 50 55
    Islington 100 89 78 106 52
    Kensington and Chelsea 33 40 34 34 43
    Kingston upon Thames 22 20 17 22 16
    Lambeth 243 273 209 279 215
    Lewisham 156 169 204 224 120
    Merton 41 74 68 78 56
    Newham 174 184 155 137 165
    Redbridge 67 55 71 72 61
    Richmond upon Thames 18 14 13 25 13
    Southwark 254 219 195 226 212
    Sutton 26 38 62 43 25
    Tower Hamlets 98 83 65 89 53
    Waltham Forest 131 141 135 142 149
    Wandsworth 85 129 90 148 74
    Westminster 71 119 72 83 70
    TOTAL per financial year 3034 3429 3022 3460 2708

    source MPS FOI 2012

    Gun Crime Offences: Violence Against the Person, robbery, burglary and sexual offences in which a firearm (defined as a weapon covered by Firearms Acts 1968 to 1988 and excluding CS/pepper spray) are used.
    Simple possession, without intent or lawful authority, is excluded (For example, when a police search results in a discovery of possession of a weapon). n.b Data includes where a gun was ‘threatened but not seen’ from April 2008 onwards.

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    London Serious Youth Violence offences 2008 to 2012

    Table of the number of Serious Youth Violence Offences (victims) by London Borough from 2008 to 2012

    BOROUGH Serious Youth Violence
    2008-09
    Serious Youth Violence
    2009-10
    Serious Youth Violence
    2010-11
    percentage change
    from 2008 to 2011
    Serious Youth Violence
    2011-12
    Barking and Dagenham 235 213 207 237
    Barnet 195 227 193 207
    Bexley 117 88 101 210
    Brent 209 231 255 +18% 243
    Bromley 226 204 172 164
    Camden 172 189 205 +16% 190
    Croydon 288 342 299 301
    Ealing 237 261 213 204
    Enfield 278 328 357 +22% 293
    Greenwich 259 218 217 183
    Hackney 278 257 205
    Hammersmith and Fulham 112 133 148
    Haringey 225 241 223
    Harrow 113 107 115
    Havering 141 137 159
    Heathrow Airport 1 1 0
    Hillingdon 197 192 179
    Hounslow 177 125 181
    Islington 244 194 185
    Kensington and Chelsea 73 72 85
    Kingston upon Thames 127 100 103
    Lambeth 321 351 407 +21%
    Lewisham 276 304 336 +18%
    Merton 124 146 115
    Newham 299 343 372 +20%
    Redbridge 237 167 156
    Richmond upon Thames 81 60 50
    Southwark 411 469 509 +19%
    Sutton 129 104 97
    Tower Hamlets 206 252 248 +17%
    Waltham Forest 271 302 301 +10%
    Wandsworth 191 218 196
    Westminster 225 201 314 +28%
    TOTAL per financial year 6675 6777 6872 +3% 6906 (+0.5%)

    source Met Police FOI 2012 and London Police and Crime Committee // – offence numbers are dependent on reports being made and recorded by the police

    Highest Serious Youth Violence Boroughs are: Southwark, Lambeth, Newham and Enfield. These boroughs demonstrated some of the largest increases in Serious Youth Violence from 2008 to 2011, however the figures are coming in to the end of the 2011-2012 financial year and Enfield has seen some good reductions in to 2012.

    The Met police definition of Serious Youth Violence is any offence of Most Serious Violence or Weapon Enabled Crime, where the victim is aged 1 to 19

    The Met police definition of Youth Violence is any offence of Most Serious Violence and Assault with Injury or Weapon Enabled Crime, where the victim is aged 1 to 19

    London Teenage Murders 2005 to 2012

    Most Serious Violence: Homicide and Child Destruction, Attempted Murder, Wounding or other act endangering life, Grievous Bodily Harm (Part), Causing Death by Dangerous/Careless/ Inconsiderate Driving, Causing Death by Aggravated Vehicle Taking.

    Assault with injury: Actual Bodily Harm and other injury and racially or religiously aggravated ABH and other injury.

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    London Robbery and London Teenage Murders by month 2007 to 2012

    A request has been made to update the raw data on London robberies per month and London Teenage Murders per month.

    Monthly figures on London robbery and London teenage murders from 2007 to 2012 are available on this link

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    Number of Fatal Teenage Stabbings and Shootings in London per Year – 2005 to 2012

    We recently answered an enquiry about the number of fatal stabbings and shootings in London for teenage murders per year. And are making this information available for anyone else who is interested.

    Table of Number of Fatal Stabbings, Shootings and Other fatal wounding for Teenage Murder in London – 2005 to 31st Dec 2012


    YEAR Number of
    TEENAGE
    MURDERS
    Stabbed Shot Beaten Arson Strangled Other
    2005 14 9 1 3 0 1 0
    2006 18 11 5 2 0 0 0
    2007 28 18 8 1 0 0 1
    2008 29 23 3 2 0 0 1
    2009 14 10 1 0 2 0 1
    2010 19 10 7 1 0 1 0
    2011 15 11 1 2 0 0 1
    2012 8 6 0 1 0 1 0

    London Gun Crime Statistics 2006 to 2012


    All Teenage Murders in London mapped – 2005 to 2013

    All London Murders listed – 2006 to 2013

    UK Murders 2011 and 2013 mapped

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