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Crime Statistics for Western Australia 2010/2011

Banjup is located within the area of South Metropolitan District.
The charts below show the comparison of crime statistics between South Metropolitan District and Western Australia within the period of 2011.

Display Banjup(6164) crime statistic in graphic chart format.

No.Crime CategorySouth Metropolitan District's rate per 100,000 population in 2011Average rate in WA per 100,000 population in 2011
b.Recent Sexual Assault46
c.Historical Sexual Assault53
d.Domestic Assault1632
e.Non-Domestic Assault2540
f.Threatening Behaviour715
g.Deprivation of Liberty01
h.Robbery (Business)01
i.Robbery (Non-Business)37
2.Property Offences.
a.Burglary (Dwelling)5793
b.Burglary (Non-Dwelling)2531
c.Motor Vehicle Theft2025
f.Property Damage74132
3.Other Offences.
c.Receiving/Illegal Use26
f.Breach of Restraint521


  1. The above crime rates are based on figures from June 2011 obtained from The Western Australia Police - Annual Crime Statistics 2010-2011. Copyright is reserved to the Crown in the State of Western Australia.
  2. The above figures are based on rate of 100,000 population, calculated using estimated resident population figures as at 2011, obtained from the Australian Bureau of Statistics 3218.0 Regional Population Growth, Australia - Table 5. Estimated Resident Population, Local Government Areas, Western Australia.
  3. The crime statistics provided on this website are preliminary and subject to revision.
  4. Offence classifications may alter between periods due to changes in legislation or administrative recording practices. Accordingly, time series may be broken.
  5. Crime statistics are provided for selected offences reported to, or becoming known to police and resulting in the submission of an offence/incident report in WA Police systems. The statistics exclude offences against public order, such as disorderly conduct and offences against the Firearms Act 1973, Liquor Licensing Act 1988 and a number of other offences against the statute laws of this State and the Commonwealth.
  6. The number of offences recorded in a period is determined by the date the offences were reported, not the date the offence was committed. Accordingly, offences reported may not have been committed during the reporting period and data may be affected by the reporting of historical offences, such as the reporting of past sexual offences.
  7. For criminal offence descriptions, refer to Western Australia Police website.