​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The following files contain the number of reported offences and the number reported per 100,000 persons for Queensland.

Note:  Care should be taken when comparing monthly statistics, for example, January 2014 compared with February 2014.  A more accurate comparison would be obtained by comparing a longer time series, for example, one calendar year to the next as this will account for seasonal variations.

Should you require any assistance in interpreting these statistics, please contact Statistical Services, Queensland Police Service by email at statisticalservices@police.qld.gov.au 

Reported Victim Data

The following files contain the information relating to victims of offences against the person. They do not provide a unique count as one person may be counted several times if they were the victim of more than one offence.

Juvenile victims are those aged between and including zero and seventeen years. Victims have not been included if their age or gender is not specified in Queensland Police Service records.

Reported Offender Data

The following files contain the information relating to persons responsible for offences. It is important to note that Queensland Police Service offender statistics are based on offence counts and do not and cannot refer to individuals. Rather, offender data refers to the number of offences cleared or solved through an action against an offender. As such, offender data does not equate to a unique offender count nor does it equate to the number of offences cleared. Only persons ten years and over deemed to be offenders, Juvenile offenders are those aged between and including ten and sixteen years. Offenders have not been included if their age or gender is not specified in Queensland Police Service records.