Crime Ranks

Welcome to our crime ranking page, where you can explore detailed insights into safety and security across different UK locations and communities.

Whether you're considering a move, evaluating investment opportunities, or simply staying informed, our UK crime rankings provide valuable data to guide your decisions.

Crime Rate These are the average crime rates per 1000 people for the selected area over the last 12 months to today.

Voting Wards - There are 7608 voting wards in England & Wales and a number of wards will form to make 1 Parliament Constituency.

Last Updated: 10/06/2024

Rank Area Name County Crime Rate

1

UniversityLancashire14.3

2

NottageBridgend14.3

3

SudbrookeLincolnshire14.5

4

Cramlington NorthNorthumberland17.1

5

Two Rivers & Three MoorsDevon17.1

6

Upper CulmDevon17.6

7

West Hill & AylesbeareDevon18.2

8

Sandford & CreedyDevon18.3

9

WayDevon18.5

10

PoundstockCornwall19.2

11

PennardSwansea19.3

12

St ArvansMonmouthshire19.3

13

BishopstonSwansea19.4

14

CadburyDevon19.5

15

Huby & TollertonNorth Yorkshire20.1

16

TrinityDevon20.2

17

FairwoodSwansea20.5

18

Pen draw Ll??nGwynedd20.7

19

Rushmere St AndrewSuffolk20.9

20

Seaford WestEast Sussex21.2

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