Official Statistics

Nature of vehicle-related theft

The figures presented here are from the 2010 2011 British Crime Survey (BCS). Vehicle-related theft includes: theft and attempted theft of…

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The figures presented here are from the 2010/11 British Crime Survey (BCS).

Vehicle-related theft includes:

  • theft and attempted theft of vehicles (where the vehicle itself was the target); and
  • theft from vehicles (where the target was property in the vehicle or component parts of it).

Vehicles within the scope of the BCS are non-commercial cars, vans, motorbikes, scooters and mopeds.

Published 20 October 2011