Wrongdoing Circumstance in South Africa

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Wrongdoing Situation in South Africa 2003/2004 to 2008/2009 1

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Murder proportions from 1994/1995 to 2008/2009 Murder proportion diminished by 44,5% between 1994/1995 and 2008/2009

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Motives and conditions connected with murder

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TRIO CRIMES

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Subcategory of exasperated burglary Public or Street theft 07/08 –15,3% Public or road burglary diminished by 7,4% (- 5 790) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 11

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20 Stations recording the most elevated rate of road burglary TABLE 1 Cumulative aggregate : 21,2% 12

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Subcategory of disturbed burglary Robbery at private premises 07/08 +15,5% Robbery at private premises expanded by 27,3% (3 957) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 13

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Robbery at private premises sort ed from least to most noteworthy in wrinkles between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 14

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20 Stations recording the most elevated rate of private theft TABLE 3 Cumulative aggregate : 20,8%

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Subcategory of bothered burglary Carjacking 07/08 +4,4% Carjacking expanded by 5,0% (714) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 16

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Carjacking sort ed from most elevated abatements to most astounding in wrinkles between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009. 17

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20 Stations recording the most noteworthy occurrence of carjacking Cumulative aggregate : 22,8% 18

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Subcategory of disturbed burglary Robbery at non-private premises 07/08 +47,4% Robbery at non-private premises expanded by 41,1% (4 058) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 19

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TABLE 6 Robbery at non-private premises sort ed from least to most elevated in wrinkles between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009

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20 Stations recording the most noteworthy frequency of burglary at non-private premises TABLE 4un Vao day nghe bai nay di boycott http://nhatquanglan.xlphp.net/TABLE 7 Cumulative aggregate : 20,1%

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Subcategory of irritated theft Truckjacking 07/08 +39,6% The truckjacking expanded by 15,4% (192) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 22

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TABLE 8 Truckjacking sort ed from most astounding reductions to most noteworthy in wrinkles between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 23

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20 Stations recording the most noteworthy rate of Truckjacking TABLE 9 Cumulative aggregate : 36,3%

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Subcategory of bothered theft Robbery of trade out travel 07/08 –15,4% The CIT burglaries diminished by 2,3% (- 9) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 25

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Subcategory of exasperated burglary Bank theft 07/08 +11,6% Bank burglary diminished by - 29,2% (- 42) between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 26

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ATM BOMBINGS AND CIT ROBBERIES DURING THE 2007/2008 AND 2008/2009 FINANCIAL YEARS

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1.2 Contact-related wrongdoings 1.2.1 Arson 1.2.2 Malicious harm to property 28

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Contact-related wrongdoing 1.2.1 Arson 07/08 –6,6% The pyromania proportion diminished by 9,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 29

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Contact-related wrongdoing 1.2.2 Malicious harm to property 07/08 –5,4% The noxious harm proportion diminished by 3,6% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 30

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1.3 Property-related violations 1.3.1 Burglary at private premises 1.3.2 Burglary at non-private premises 1.3.3 Theft of engine vehicles and cruisers 1.3.4 Theft out of or from engine vehicles 1.3.5 Stock-burglary 31

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Property-related wrongdoing 1.3.1 Burglary at private premises 07/08 –5,6% The thievery at private premises proportion expanded by 1,9% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 32

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Property-related wrongdoing 1.3.2 Burglary at non-private premises 07/08 +6,8% The robbery at non-private premises proportion expanded by 9,2% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 33

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Property-related wrongdoing 1.3.3 Theft of engine vehicles and bikes 07/08 –7,9% The burglary of vehicle and bike proportion diminished by 7,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 34

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Property-related wrongdoing 1.3.4 Theft out of or from engine vehicles 07/08 –10,8% The burglary out of/from vehicle proportion diminished by 3,6% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 35

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Property-related wrongdoing 1.3.5 Stock-burglary 07/08 –1,2% The stock-burglary proportion expanded by 2,7% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 36

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1.4. Wrongdoings intensely reliant on police activity for identification 1.4.1 Illegal ownership of guns and ammo 1.4.2 Drug-related violations 1.4.3 Driving affected by liquor or medications 37

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Crime vigorously subject to police activity for recognition 1.4.1 Illegal ownership of guns and ammo 07/08 - 6,9% The unlawful ownership of guns proportion expanded by 2,1% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 38

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Crime vigorously subject to police activity for location 1.4.2 Drug-related wrongdoings 07/08 +3,3% The medication related wrongdoing proportion expanded by 5,5% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 39

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Crime vigorously subject to police activity for discovery 1.4.3 Driving affected by liquor or medications 07/08 +25,4% The driving affected by liquor or medications proportion expanded by 14,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 40

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1.5. Different genuine violations 1.5.1 All burglary not said somewhere else 1.5.2 Commercial wrongdoing 1.5.3 Shoplifting 41

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Other genuine wrongdoing 1.5.1 All robbery not specified somewhere else 07/08 –5,7% The other robbery proportion diminished by 2,0% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 42

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Other genuine wrongdoing 1.5.2 Commercial wrongdoing 07/08 +4,8% The business wrongdoing proportion expanded by 16,6% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 43

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Other genuine wrongdoing 1.5.3 Shoplifting 07/08 +1,3% The shoplifting proportion expanded by 18,5% between 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 44

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Registered cases and decisions

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MURDER - ANALYSIS ▪ 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 enrolled by the police as per the proof contained in the docket. The wrongdoing of which the culprit might be discovered guilty of may vary from the previous as an aftereffect of lawful and specialized angles that may emerged amid the trail. [2] Some of the dockets discarded as pulled back, eg where the casualty kicked the bucket of regular causes, submitted suicide, suffocated or passed on as result of a mishap should be discarded as unwarranted. A generous number of situations where examination dockets were opened were also mistakenly discarded as pulled back, as in some of these cases it could be found amid the investigation that the wrongdoers were unknown and must be discard as undetected.

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DISPOSAL OF CONTACT CRIME CASE DOCKETS: CASES REPORTED DURING 2000

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STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS ��  Vicinity ▪ Township 41% ▪ CBD (inward city) 31% ▪ Suburb 20% ▪ Remote area 4% ▪ Traditional village 2%

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STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS ��  Day of week ▪ Sunday 13% ▪ Monday 14% ▪ Tuesday 11% ▪ Wednesday 12% ▪ Thursday 14% ▪ Friday 18% ▪ Saturday 18%

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STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS ��  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 ��  Instrument utilized ▪ Firearm 57% ▪ Knife 38% ▪ Blunt object 5%

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STREET ROBBERY - ANALYSIS ��  Items taken (% don't add to 100,0% - different things some of the time looted) ▪ Cellular telephone 64% ▪ Cash 50% ▪ Personal things (e.g. driver's permit, ID) 11% ▪ Clothing 9% ▪ Jewellery 7%

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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ��  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 SANDTON TRIO CRIMES

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TRIO CRIMES : PER MONTH

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TIMES DAYS

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TOP 3 SUBURBS

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PROBLEMATIC STREETS

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PROBLEMATIC STREETS

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BUSINESS ROBBERY: SANDOWN

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CARJACKING: KELVIN

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BUSINESS ROBBERY: BUCCLEUCH

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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ��  Access to premises ▪ Forced entry 56% ▪ Unforced entry 40% ▪ Let in by third person 4%

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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ��  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 ��  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 ��  Instrument utilized ▪ Firearm 77% ▪ Knife 12% ▪ Hand/fist 6% ▪ Blunt object 2% ▪ Other sharp object 2%

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ROBBERY AT RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ��  Items taken (% don't add to 100,0% - different things now and again burglarized) ▪ Cash 59% ▪ Cellular telephone 55% ▪ Jewellery 22% ▪ Clothing 20% ▪ Television set 19% ▪ DVD player 16% ▪ Computer/Laptop 12% ▪ Vehicle 11% ▪ Personal things (e.g. driver's permit, ID) 11%

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TYPES OF BUSINESS

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ROBBERY AT NON-RESIDENTIAL PREMISES - ANALYSIS ��  Vicinity ▪ CBD (internal city) 49% ▪ Township 29% ▪ Suburb 14% ▪ Traditional village 4% ▪ Farm/smallholdings/estate 2%

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