Lancashire's railway crime in numbers: Figures reveal the levels of reported crime across the regions stations
From robbery to serious sexual offences, we can shed new light on the crimes recorded at Lancashire’s stations and on its trains over the last five years.
By Colin Ainscough
23rd Aug 2019, 7:36am- 1 min read
Updated 23rd Aug 2019, 8:36am
Lancashire's railway crime in numbers revealed
Records were obtained from British Transport Police under the Freedom of Information Act. The force says it is “completely committed to reducing and preventing crime”. Please note: Crimes on trains are usually recorded at the terminus station. These are stations where 30 or more crimes were recorded, and what those crimes were:
Violence9 |Sexual0 |Criminal damage 7 |Serious line of route offences 1 |Theft 3 | Vehicle/Cycle Offences 2|Robbery1 |Theft of railway property1 |Public disorder6 |Fraud0 |Drugs 1|Other 0