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Answer 4 short questions to help us improve this website. Published 17 September This data measures the of arrests for 'notifiable offences' — offences for which the police must complete a crime report. Rates of arrest per 1, people are rounded to the nearest whole. Percentages of arrests in age groups are rounded to one decimal place. Lancashire police force is excluded as they were unable to provide arrests data.

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The City of London police force area has been excluded due to the small of people living in the area compared with those who visit. The arrest rate is the of people arrested from a particular ethnic group out of every 1, people from the same group.

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A person arrested in a particular area may not necessarily live in that area. Population estimates for police force areas are based on permanent residents of that area as reported in the Census.

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about problems using Census data to work out rates. You can about using relative likelihoods to compare ethnic disparities. The data uses the 5 ethnic groups from the Census. The person arrested states their ethnicity at the time of arrest.

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A person arrested for a notifiable offence is counted for each time they are arrested, as long as the offence is not related to an offence that happened earlier in the same financial year April to March. If it is connected, or if a person has been arrested for more than one notifiable offence on the same occasion, the offence with the highest maximum penalty is recorded.

Someone who is arrested is usually asked for their ethnicity. The circumstances of an arrest may affect the accuracy of this information. There are 43 police force areas in England and Wales.

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Data from April to March is from 42 police forces. Data from April to March is from all 43 police forces. See download the data for the of arrests by area and ethnicity. Lancashire Police were unable to provide arrests data for this period. Population estimates for Lancashire have been removed from population figures when calculating arrest rates per 1, people.

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Lancashire Police were unable to provide arrests data for the 2 most recent years. Arrest and population estimates for Lancashire have been removed from all figures so you can compare between years.

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You can download the data for Lancashire from April to March Population estimates for Lancashire have been removed from the 'All' population figures when calculating arrest rates per 1, people. Black people had the highest arrest rates per 1, people in every police force area where there was data. Population estimates for Lancashire have been removed from the figures when calculating arrest rates per 1, men or women.

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Police powers and procedures, England and Wales year ending March Home Office. Figures on stop and search incidents resulting in arrest create greater transparency in the use of stop and search in England and Wales. They enhance ability by enabling the public to monitor police forces at a national and local level.

The data is used to form a national picture of the trends in stop and search, and resulting arrests.

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It informs discussions about crime, policing and criminal justice in government and academia, and ensures the public are accurately informed. This file contains the following: measure, ethnicity, year, gender, age group, geography, s of arrests, rates of arrests, population estimates.

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Publication release date: 17 September Can we store analytics cookies on your device? Yes No How we use cookies. Ethnicity facts and figures home Home Crime, justice and the law. Arrests Published 17 September Related content Victims of crime Prosecutions and convictions Stop and search Proven reoffending Police workforce.

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Things you need to know What the data measures This data measures the of arrests for 'notifiable offences' — offences for which the police must complete a crime report. Not included in the data Lancashire police force is excluded as they were unable to provide arrests data.

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How arrest rates are calculated The arrest rate is the of people arrested from a particular ethnic group out of every 1, people from the same group. The ethnic groups used in the data The data uses the 5 ethnic groups from the Census. Methodology A person arrested for a notifiable offence is counted for each time they are arrested, as long as the offence is not related to an offence that happened earlier in the same financial year April to March.

In the data file See download the data for the of arrests by area and ethnicity. Summary of Arrests By ethnicity Summary Lancashire Police were unable to provide arrests data for this period. The data shows that: there werearrests in England and Wales, a rate of 12 arrests per 1, people Black people were over 3 times as likely to be arrested as White people — there were 32 arrests for every 1, Black people, and 10 arrests for every 1, White people people with Mixed ethnicity were nearly twice as likely to be arrested as White people — there were 18 arrests for every 1, people with Mixed ethnicity.

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Summary of Arrests By ethnicity over time Summary Lancashire Police were unable to provide arrests data for the 2 most recent years. Summary of Arrests By ethnicity and area Summary Lancashire Police were unable to provide arrests data for this period.

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Summary of Arrests By ethnicity and sex Summary Lancashire Police were unable to provide arrests data for this period. This data shows that: there were 3 arrests for every 1, women, and 21 arrests for every 1, men Black men were over 3 times as likely to be arrested than White men — there were 60 arrests for every 1, Black men, and 17 arrests for every 1, White men Black women were twice as likely to be arrested as White women — there were 6 arrests for every 1, Black women, and 3 arrests for every 1, White women men from the Asian ethnic group were 13 times as likely to be arrested as women — there were 21 arrests for every 1, men, and 2 arrests for every 1, women, the biggest gap between men and women from the same ethnic group.

Source Police powers and procedures, England and Wales year ending March Type of data Administrative data Type of statistic National Statistics Publisher Home Office Publication frequency Yearly Purpose of data source Figures on stop and search incidents resulting in arrest create greater transparency in the use of stop and search in England and Wales. Download the data.

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Arrests data March to March - Spreheet csv 29 MB This file contains the following: measure, ethnicity, year, gender, age group, geography, s of arrests, rates of arrests, population estimates. Arrests data March to March - Spreheet csv 25 MB This file contains the following: measure, ethnicity, year, gender, age group, geography, s of arrests, rates of arrests, population estimates.

Publication release date: 17 September full history 17 September Updated with the latest available data for the year ending March Increased visibility by adding it to the table of contents. Removed any duplication and added links to content about understanding our data.