The UK has one of the most aggressive crime statistics in the world, with nearly 1.6 million crimes reported every year.
In the past year alone, there were 4.1 million incidents of burglary, and 5.2 million for car theft.
The most recent data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows that in January 2017, there was an increase of just over 1,000 offences, from 1,749 in the same month last year.
So what exactly is the crime in the UK?
There are a number of different types of crime, and there are also some things you can do to help yourself against them.
It’s worth getting a bit of background on what counts as a crime in each country.
The first thing to understand is that each country has different types and levels of crime.
For example, in the United States, robbery is considered a crime.
In Sweden, for example, it is considered robbery.
However, some countries, like the UK, have stricter laws for certain types of crimes.
Here are the different crime types that apply in the US: burglary includes any theft or break-in of an unoccupied dwelling or vehicle, as well as the use of force or threat to use force to steal or break into another person’s home or property, or to enter a dwelling or a vehicle without permission.