The crime recorded by the Met Police increased by 8,000 crimes compared to the previous month after the numbers fell sharply during the ban
- The crime recorded by the police in the metropolitan area has increased again
- The armed forces saw that crime in the ban went down, but the number of crimes increased again
- A total of 48,349 crimes were recorded in April and 56,514 crimes in May
- The blocking measures were relaxed in May so that people could spend time outdoors
The crime recorded by the UK's largest police force has increased after a sharp decline with the introduction of blocking measures.
The Metropolitan Police recorded a decrease in all registered offenses to 48,349 offenses in April, from 65,633 in the previous month to 74,898 in April 2019.
In May, the total number of registered offenses rose to 56,514, according to information published on the Armed Forces' Dashboard.
In mid-May, strict blocking measures were relaxed in England to allow people to spend more time outdoors and to train with another member of another household.
The crime recorded by the city police has increased despite a sharp decline in recent months
Met officials had taken preventive measures before the expected increase in crime
Before the significant increase, preliminary data from police officers collected during the ban showed a 25 percent drop in total crime without fraud.
These statistics were compiled in the four weeks up to May 10 and compared to the same period last year.
According to figures released by the National Police Chiefs & # 39; Council, there was a 36 percent drop in police-reported burglaries, a 41 percent drop in vehicle crime, and a 30 percent drop in serious assault and personal robbery.
Attacks on rescue workers increased shockingly by 14 percent over the same period.
Police also saw a four percent increase in domestic violence incidents and rape offenses decreased by 28 percent.
With shops closed during the pandemic, shoplifting crimes had dropped 53 percent.
The number of calls to police officers at 999 declined by 23 percent during the ban
The number of calls to the police force above 999 had dropped by 23 percent, and the number of calls to 101 had also decreased by 25 percent.
The city police had also started taking preventive measures before crime was likely to increase as society enjoyed more freedom.
The officials visited 1,000 known criminals to alert them of "diversionary activities" to prevent crime from returning to the pre-pandemic level.
They also targeted 250 micro-hotspots where there had previously been a high level of violence and robbery on the street.