Following a subject on the other Forum, see stats etc for those who live on the right side of the tracks
I always find those maps a bit misleading as they put the crime numbers in the middle of the length of road where it was reported, rather than approximately close to where the crimes occurred. This means at casual glance, longer roads can distort the visualisation by both having higher numbers, but also placing the count all on one place which may not relate to where crimes actually were reported.
Still, good to have statistics. If you can measure, you can improve!
Do we have statistics on how many of these reported crimes were solved, and how many related prosecutions there were?