National Statistics

Police workforce, England and Wales: 31 March 2019 second edition

Statistics on police workforce numbers in the 43 police forces in England and Wales and the British Transport Police.

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Police workforce, England and Wales: 31 March 2019 second edition

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Police Workforce, England and Wales, 31 March 2019: data tables second edition

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Statistics on the number of police officers assaulted in 2018 to 2019, England and Wales

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Police workforce open data tables.

Statistics cover police officers, police staff, police community support officers, designated officers, special constables and police support volunteers.

See the ‘User Guide to Police Workforce Statistics’ for further information, including a glossary, conventions used and other background information.

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The Home Office responsible statistician is John Flatley, Acting Chief Statistician.

Published 18 July 2019
Last updated 16 September 2019 + show all updates
  1. Chapter 5 of the bulletin has been updated after it was found that a processing error led to a mistake in the data for two forces (Humberside and Lancashire). Following revisions, there has been a small increase in the total number of officers working in frontline roles, from 103,175 to 103,347 (an increase of 0.2%). Tables F1 to F6 have also been updated.
  2. First published.