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Crime Situation in South Africa. 2003/2004 to 2008/2009. 1. Murder ratios from 1994/1995 to 2008/2009. Murder ratio decreased by 44,5% between 1994/1995 and 2008/2009. Motives and circumstances associated with murder. TRIO CRIMES. Subcategory of aggravated robbery.

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Crime Situation in South Africa

2003/2004 to 2008/2009

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Murder ratios from 1994/1995 to 2008/2009

Murder ratio decreased by 44,5%

between 1994/1995 and 2008/2009




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Subcategory of aggravated robbery

Public or Street robbery

07/08 –15,3%

Public or street robbery decreased by 7,4% (-5 790)

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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20 Stations recording the highest incidence of street robbery

TABLE 1

Cumulative total : 21,2%

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Subcategory of aggravated robbery

Robbery at residential premises

07/08 +15,5%

Robbery at residential premises increased by 27,3% (3 957)

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Robbery at residential premises sorted from lowest to highest increases between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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20 Stations recording the highest incidence of residential robbery

TABLE 3

Cumulative total : 20,8%


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Subcategory of aggravated robbery robbery

Carjacking

07/08 +4,4%

Carjacking increased by 5,0% (714)

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Carjacking robberysorted from highest decreases to highest increases between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009.

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Subcategory of aggravated robbery robbery

Robbery at non-residential premises

07/08 +47,4%

Robbery at non-residential premises increased by 41,1% (4 058)

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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TABLE 6 robbery

Robbery at non-residential premises sorted from lowest to highest increases between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009


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20 robberyStations recording the highest incidence of robbery at non-residential premises

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TABLE 7

Cumulative total : 20,1%


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Subcategory of aggravated robbery robbery

Truckjacking

07/08 +39,6%

The truckjacking increased by 15,4% (192)

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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TABLE 8 robbery

Truckjacking sorted from highest decreases to highest increases between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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20 robberyStations recording the highest incidence of Truckjacking

TABLE 9

Cumulative total : 36,3%


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Subcategory of aggravated robbery robbery

Robbery of cash in transit

07/08 –15,4%

The CIT robberies decreased by 2,3% (-9)

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Subcategory of aggravated robbery robbery

Bank robbery

07/08 +11,6%

Bank robbery decreased by -29,2% (-42)

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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1.2 Contact-related crimes 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

1.2.1 Arson

1.2.2 Malicious damage to property

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Contact-related crime 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

1.2.1 Arson

07/08 –6,6%

The arson ratio decreased by 9,0%

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Contact-related crime 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

1.2.2 Malicious damage to property

07/08 –5,4%

The malicious damage ratio decreased by 3,6%

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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1.3 Property-related crimes 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

1.3.1 Burglary at residential premises

1.3.2 Burglary at non-residential premises

1.3.3 Theft of motor vehicles and motorcycles

1.3.4 Theft out of or from motor vehicles

1.3.5 Stock-theft

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Property-related crime 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

1.3.1 Burglary at residential premises

07/08 –5,6%

The burglary at residential premises ratio increased by 1,9% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Property-related crime 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

1.3.2 Burglary at non-residential premises

07/08 +6,8%

The burglary at non-residential premises ratio increased by 9,2% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Property-related crime 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

1.3.3 Theft of motor vehicles and motorcycles

07/08 –7,9%

The theft of vehicle and motorcycle ratio decreased by 7,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Property-related crime 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

1.3.4 Theft out of or from motor vehicles

07/08 –10,8%

The theft out of/from vehicle ratio decreased by 3,6% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Property-related crime 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

1.3.5 Stock-theft

07/08 –1,2%

The stock-theft ratio increased by 2,7% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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1.4. Crimes heavily dependent on police action for detection

1.4.1 Illegal possession of firearms and

ammunition

1.4.2 Drug-related crimes

1.4.3 Driving under the influence of alcohol

or drugs

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Crime heavily dependent on police action for detection detection

1.4.1 Illegal possession of firearms and ammunition

07/08 -6,9%

The illegal possession of firearms ratio increased by 2,1% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Crime heavily dependent on police action for detection detection

1.4.2 Drug-related crimes

07/08 +3,3%

The drug-related crime ratio increased by 5,5% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Crime heavily dependent on police action for detection detection

1.4.3 Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs

07/08 +25,4%

The driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs ratio increased by 14,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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1.5. Other serious crimes detection

1.5.1 All theft not mentioned elsewhere

1.5.2 Commercial crime

1.5.3 Shoplifting

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Other serious crime detection

1.5.1 All theft not mentioned elsewhere

07/08 –5,7%

The other theft ratio decreased by 2,0%

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Other serious crime detection

1.5.2 Commercial crime

07/08 +4,8%

The commercial crime ratio increased by 16,6%

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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Other serious crime detection

1.5.3 Shoplifting

07/08 +1,3%

The shoplifting ratio increased by 18,5%

between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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THANK YOU detection

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MURDER - ANALYSIS detection

▪ Cause of death:

▫ Stab 54,0%

▫ Shot 28,0%

▫ Hit 14,0%

▫ Strangulation 2,0%

▫ Other 2,0%


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DISPOSAL OF CONTACT CRIME CASE DOCKETS: CASES REPORTED DURING 2000

[1] Crimes are registered by the police according to the evidence contained in the docket. The crime of which the perpetrator may be found guilty of may differ from the former as a result of legal and technical aspects that may arose during the trail.

[2] Some of the dockets disposed of as withdrawn, eg where the victim died of natural causes, committed suicide, drowned or died as result of an accident were supposed to be disposed of as unfounded. A substantial number of cases where inquest dockets were opened were also erroneously disposed of as withdrawn, as in some of these cases it could be found during the inquest that the offenders were unknown and have to be dispose of as undetected.



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STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Vicinity

▪ Township 41%

▪ CBD (inner city) 31%

▪ Suburb 20%

▪ Remote area 4%

▪ Traditional village 2%


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STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Day of week

▪ Sunday 13%

▪ Monday 14%

▪ Tuesday 11%

▪ Wednesday 12%

▪ Thursday 14%

▪ Friday 18%

▪ Saturday 18%


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STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Time of day

▪ 00:00 – 02:59 3%

▪ 03:00 – 05:59 5%

▪ 06:00 – 08:59 7%

▪ 09:00 – 11:59 10%

▪ 12:00 – 14:59 14%

▪ 15:00 – 17:59 18%

▪ 18:00 – 20:59 28%

▪ 21:00 – 23:59 15%


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STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Instrument used

▪ Firearm 57%

▪ Knife 38%

▪ Blunt object 5%


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STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Items taken (% do not add to 100,0% - various items sometimes robbed)

▪ Cellular telephone 64%

▪ Cash 50%

▪ Personal items

(e.g. driver’s license, ID) 11%

▪ Clothing 9%

▪ Jewellery 7%


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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Vicinity

▪ Township 45%

▪ Suburb 43%

▪ Informal settlement 4%

▪ Traditional village 4%

▪ Farm / smallholding 2%


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2008-04-01 TO 2009-03-31 DURING 2000

SANDTON TRIO CRIMES



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TIMES DURING 2000

DAYS


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TOP 3 SUBURBS DURING 2000


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PROBLEMATIC STREETS DURING 2000


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PROBLEMATIC STREETS DURING 2000



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CARJACKING: KELVIN DURING 2000



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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Access to premises

▪ Forced entry 56%

▪ Unforced entry 40%

▪ Let in by 3rd person 4%


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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Day of week

▪ Sunday 17%

▪ Monday 13%

▪ Tuesday 13%

▪ Wednesday 15%

▪ Thursday 14%

▪ Friday 16%

▪ Saturday 13%


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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Time of day

▪ 00:00 – 02:59 20%

▪ 03:00 – 05:59 13%

▪ 06:00 – 08:59 6%

▪ 09:00 – 11:59 9%

▪ 12:00 – 14:59 7%

▪ 15:00 – 17:59 4%

▪ 18:00 – 20:59 18%

▪ 21:00 – 23:59 24%


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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Instrument used

▪ Firearm 77%

▪ Knife 12%

▪ Hand / fist 6%

▪ Blunt object 2%

▪ Other sharp object 2%


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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Items taken (% do not add to 100,0% - various items sometimes robbed)

▪ Cash 59%

▪ Cellular telephone 55%

▪ Jewellery 22%

▪ Clothing 20%

▪ Television set 19%

▪ DVD player 16%

▪ Computer / Laptop 12%

▪ Vehicle 11%

▪ Personal items

(e.g. driver’s license, ID) 11%


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TYPES OF BUSINESS DURING 2000


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ROBBERY AT NON-RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Vicinity

▪ CBD (inner city) 49%

▪ Township 29%

▪ Suburb 14%

▪ Traditional village 4%

▪ Farm / smallholdings / estate 2%


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ROBBERY AT NON-RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Day of week

▪ Sunday 12%

▪ Monday 12%

▪ Tuesday 13%

▪ Wednesday 14%

▪ Thursday 13%

▪ Friday 23%

▪ Saturday 12%


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ROBBERY AT NON-RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Time of day

▪ 00:00 – 02:59 7%

▪ 03:00 – 05:59 4%

▪ 06:00 – 08:59 7%

▪ 09:00 – 11:59 16%

▪ 12:00 – 14:59 13%

▪ 15:00 – 17:59 15%

▪ 18:00 – 20:59 23%

▪ 21:00 – 23:59 15%


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ROBBERY AT NON-RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS DURING 2000

■ Instrument used

▪ Firearm 87%

▪ Knife 12%

■ Items taken (% do not add to 100,0% - various items sometimes robbed)

▪ Cash 79%

▪ Cellular telephone 43%

▪ Food / Alcohol 20%


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