RECENTLY, we rounded up the five most common crimes in Bracknell from the last year.

But what tends to be the outcome of these crimes?

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We have delved into more statistics to round up the five most common outcomes of different crimes in the Bracknell area, based on the most recent police figures for a period of 12 months from June 2019 to May 2020.

Of the 424 crimes investigated in Bracknell Town Centre in this period as listed on Police.UK, the most common outcome was the investigation being completed with no suspect identified - 128 cases in the period saw this kind of outcome.

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Below are the most common five.

1. Investigation complete; no suspect identified: 128 (30.2 per cent)

2. Unable to prosecute suspect: 106 (25 per cent)

3. Status update unavailable: 64 (15.1 per cent)

4. 'Other' outcome: 44 (10.4 per cent)

5. Under investigation: 37 (8.7 per cent)

Other possible categories include: defendant sent to crown court; offender sent to prison; offender fined; offender given penalty notice; action to be taken by another organisation; offender given a caution; awaiting court outcome; formal action is not in the public interest; offender given community sentence; offender given a drugs possession warning; local resolution; further investigation is not in the public interest; court results unavailable and status update unavailable.

Bracknell News:

The most common crime reported for the period June 2019 - May 2020 was violence and sexual offences.

To view more data, visit Police.UK.