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Thefts, violence, narcotics, scams… crime maps by department in 2022

2023-01-31T12:17:26.446Z


The Ministry of the Interior has just unveiled a report of the crimes and offenses recorded last year. If the indicators turn globally to the ro


“In France, almost all the indicators of recorded crime are up in 2022 compared to the previous year”.

It is in these terms that is introduced the note published this Tuesday, January 31 by the Ssmsi (statistical service of the Ministry of the Interior).

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Throughout the year, the country's police and gendarmerie services recorded thefts, violence, damage, scams and drug law violations in the field.

Figures compared with those entered in 2021, which allows statistical experts from Beauvau to provide a detailed barometer of the evolution of crimes and offenses in the country.

Strong disparities between departments

If almost all the indicators see red at the national level, the trend is not always similar depending on the departments.

Nuances that we restore for all the figures provided in the map below.

Overall, it is in Réunion and Guyana that the figures have changed the least from one year to the next.

Conversely, the Ile-de-France departments are among the territories where most offenses are on the rise.

In addition to the developments, the intensity of the facts noted by the police and gendarmerie services is comparable from one territory to another.

Weighted according to the population of each department, all of these figures provide a singular view of the most criminogenic territories in France and overseas.

For example, reported to the population, the authorities have recorded 10 times more home burglaries in the Bouches-du-Rhône than in Corsica.

The "internal security" statistics are based on two types of complementary sources: facts recorded by the services in the field, as well as the "victimization survey" conducted by INSEE in partnership with the ONDRP and the SSMSI with of a sample of the population.

Source: leparis

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