Year ending 31 March 2019

This data has now been superseded and is for historical reference only. For the most accurate data, the Crime Statistics Agency (CSA) recommends the use of data from the most recent release. The CSA does not recommend the use of this data to make comparisons over time.

The Crime Statistics Agency publishes recorded crime statistics here every quarter. You can also view crime data by police region and local government area in the Crime by location tool.

Access to summary statistics on criminal incidents, recorded offences, alleged offenders, victim reports and family incidents by clicking the menu buttons below or download the full set of data tables in the Download data tab.

In addition there are data visualisations available on the recorded criminal incidents and record offences pages. There is a link below the visualisation with a guide for use with instructions on how to download the data, calculate percentage change and drill down for further detail.

Recorded criminal incidents

View the number and rate of recorded criminal incidents in Victoria for the year ending 31 March 2019

Recorded offences

View the number and rate of recorded offences in Victoria for the year ending 31 March 2019

Alleged offender incidents

View the number and rate of alleged offender incidents recorded in Victoria, and demographic characteristics of alleged offenders.

Victim Reports

View the number and rate of victim reports recorded in Victoria, and demographic characteristics of victims.

Family incidents

View the number and rate of family incidents recorded in Victoria as well as demographic characteristics of affected family members and other parties.

Spotlight: Youth Offending in Victoria

In the year ending March 2019 Victoria had the lowest number of youth alleged offender incidents (10–17 years) and rate per 100,000 Victorians in 10 years.

Download data

Download all Excel data tables with detailed information on criminal incidents, recorded offences, alleged offender incidents, victim reports and family incidents.