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Garda stations are due to start closing from this week. Eamonn Farrell/Photocall Ireland

Graph: Crime figures for the garda stations that are closing in 2013

This interactive graph shows the crime figures that were recorded between 2003-2011 for the 95 stations that are to close later this week.

THE ALL-ISLAND Research Observatory (AIRO) have released an interactive graph which shows the crime figures for the garda stations which are set to close in 2013.

The closures are due to start from the end of January.

The graph provides summary crime figures for the years 2003-2011 for the following categories:

  • Attempts/Threat to murder, Assault and Harassment
  • Burglary and related offences
  • Controlled drug offences
  • Damage to property and to the environment
  • Dangerous of negligent acts
  • Fraud, deception and related offences
  • Public order and other social code offences
  • Robbery, extortion and hijacking offences
  • Theft and related offences
  • Weapons and explosives offences
  • Total offences

The figures can be seen in this interactive chart by AIRO. Mobile users can see the chart here.

(h/t to @karlodwyer)

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