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Crimes reported on the Parliamentary Estate.
The spreadsheets below gives a summary of the details held of crimes reported on and around the Parliamentary Estate for 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.
Please note the following points about the data supplied:
Since January 2012, owing to the repeated interest in reported crimes and to reduce the work taken to answer individual requests and resulting cost to the taxpayer, the Metropolitan Police now proactively publishes this data on their web pages.
Crimes reported on the Parliamentary Estate
Crimes reported 2008 ( XLSX 9 KB) (CSV version ( CSV 1 KB))
Crimes reported 2009 ( XLSX 11 KB) (CSV version ( CSV 1 KB))
Crimes reported 2010 ( XLSX 9 KB) (CSV version ( CSV 1 KB))
Crimes reported 2011 ( XLSX 10 KB) (CSV version ( CSV 1 KB))