Violence against the person is reduced by 8% - total 7,109 and sexual offences 7% lower - total 555.
What does VATP stand for?
VATP stands for Violence against the Person (crime category; UK)
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- Velvet Antler Total Polypeptides
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- Virtual Assistant Training Program
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- Virginia Association of Towing and Recovery Operators, Inc.
- Volkswagen Academy Technician Recruitment Program (training program; Universal Technical Institute)
- Value Added Transition System
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- Vault-Tec Assisted Targeting System (video game)
- Vehicle Anti-Theft System (automotive)
- Verizon Advanced Termination System
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Samples in periodicals archive:
There were small rises in violence against the person and violence against the person without injury (both by 1%) and with injury (2%).
However, perhaps he or she could explain why the more prosperous areas of the country, for example North Yorkshire with only 10 crimes of violence against the person per 1,000 of the population is so low compared to areas of deprivation and high unemployment which are considerably higher.
Simple assault accounted for almost 80 percent of workplace violence against employed persons and around 60 percent each of nonworkplace violence and violence against the persons not employed.
Violence against the person fell by eight per cent in the last 12 months while some "acquisitive" crimes such as domestic burglary, which often rises in times of economic instability, fell by four per cent.
Data supplied by Home Secretary Jacqui Smith to her Opposition shadow Dominic Grieve indicated that the detection rate for offences of violence against the person fell to 49 per cent in 2007/8.
The murder rate is down by 10%, gun crime by 6% and the 237,000 offences categorised as violence against the person recorded by the police between April and June this year is down 7% on the previous year.
Total violence against the person was reduced by 8.