Universities With Highest And Lowest Crime Rates Revealed

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Figures compiled by the Complete University Guide have revealed the universities with the highest and lowest crime rates in the UK. 

The statistics are based on burglaries, robberies and violent and sexual offences which take place near university campuses. The university with the worst crime rate overall was Kings College London, with 47.65 incidents per 1000 residents, while the University of Buckingham had the lowest crime rate with only 8.58 incidents per 1000 residents.

The University of Southampton is middling in terms of crime, with 24.18 incidents per 1000 residents. Southampton Solent University has a slightly lower rate of 24.14.

The full table can be viewed below.

University Crime incidents per 1,000 residents
Buckingham 8.58
Falmouth 11.34
Durham 12.3
Bucks New 12.84
Harper Adams 12.85
Bath Spa 13.32
Winchester 13.55
Aberystwyth 13.87
Edge Hill 14.38
Bath Spa 15.94
Oxford 16.34
Oxford Brookes 17.05
Royal Holloway 17.17
Surrey 17.21
Reading 17.62
Sunderland 18.02
York St John 18.15
Bangor 18.17
Chichester 18.66
Royal Agricultural University 18.85
York 18.91
Loughborough 18.97
Trinity Saint David 19.7
Chester 19.97
Hertfordshire 20.02
Mark and St John 20.67
Exeter 20.68
Warwick 20.82
Anglia Ruskin 21.11
Gloucestershire 21.34
Lincoln 21.37
Portsmouth 21.4
Cambridge 21.54
Newman 21.94
Keele 22.04
Huddersfield 22.23
Newcastle 22.59
Lancaster 22.62
Kent 22.68
Arts University Bournemouth 22.73
Bournemouth 22.73
West of England, Bristol 22.73
Sussex 22.98
Northumbria 23.06
South Wales 23.22
Central Lancashire 23.46
Worcester 23.51
Leeds Trinity University 23.52
Coventry 23.93
Sheffield Hallam 24.06
Sheffield 24.07
Nottingham Trent 24.12
Southampton Solent 24.14
Southampton 24.18
Bishop Grosseteste 24.33
Cumbria 24.56
Canterbury Christ Church 25.16
University Campus Suffolk 25.44
Norwich University of the Arts 25.52
University for the Creative Arts 25.96
Leicester 26.11
Wolverhampton 26.42
Swansea 26.78
Liverpool Hope 26.81
De Montfort 26.9
East Anglia 27.09
Brighton 27.15
Plymouth 27.33
Bolton 27.68
Essex 29.05
Bedfordshire 29.32
Birmingham 29.42
University College Birmingham 29.57
Derby 29.67
Birmingham City 29.78
Bristol 29.82
Cardiff 29.89
Aston 30.02
Cardiff Metropolitan 30.16
Hull 30.6
Bradford 30.63
Staffordshire 31.06
Nottingham 31.39
Teesside 33.3
Liverpool 33.54
Liverpool John Moores 34.18
Glyndwr 34.88
Leeds Beckett 35.15
Leeds 35.93
Northampton 36.95
Manchester 39.13
Salford 39.14
Manchester Metropolitan 39.5
Royal Northern College of Music 39.96
Kingston 21.77
St Mary’s 25.14
Roehampton 26.04
Middlesex 28.63
St George’s, University of London 29.74
West London 30.78
Brunel 33.4
East London 34.7
Goldsmiths 35.34
Greenwich 35.94
Heythrop College 40.73
Queen Mary 40.87
Imperial College London 42.96
Royal College of Music 42.99
Royal Central School of Speech and Drama 43.49
Royal Veterinary College 45.8
Westminster 46.08
London Metropolitan 46.34
University of the Arts London 46.51
SOAS 46.68
Royal Academy of Music 46.71
London South Bank 46.78
London School of Economics 46.84
City 46.95
Birkbeck 46.95
University College London 47.07
Courtauld Institute of Art 47.28
King’s College London 47.65
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