Pakistan Crime Monitor Theft Cases Increase by 26%

Pakistan Crime Monitor Theft Cases Increase by 26%

Theft cases registered an increase of 26% with 3,103 cases filed in 75 districts during December compared to 2,467 in 71 districts the month before. December reported the highest number of theft FIRs during 2012. FAFEN monitors visited the offices of 98 District Police Officers (DPOs) and reported a significant increase of 49% in cases…

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Increase in Offences Related to Marriage

Increase in Offences Related to Marriage

A significant increase of 49% in offenses related to marriage was observed as 241 cases were reported in 15 districts in November compared to 86 cases in eight districts the month before. FAFEN monitors visited 97 district police offices and reported that the most FIRs for offenses relating to marriage were filed in Lahore (107),…

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Extortion Cases Proliferate 15% upsurge in Motor Vehicle Lifting

Extortion Cases Proliferate 15% upsurge in Motor Vehicle Lifting

Extortion cases sharply increased 16 times during October (427 FIRs; 8 districts) as compared to September (25; 8). Sindh’s four districts contributed 80% share while Karachi East (305) and Sheikhupura (59) stood as the highest reporting districts. FAFEN Crime Monitors, who visited 91 offices of District Police Officers, also reported an overall 6% growth in…

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Increase in Property-Related FIRs

Increase in Property-Related FIRs

ISLAMABAD, November 6: Property-related cases increased 9% during the June-August 2012 quarter as 85 FIRs were filed per district in August compared with those registered in July (81) and June (78), says a Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) report.

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15% Increase in Cases of Motor Vehicle Snatching

15% Increase in Cases of Motor Vehicle Snatching

ISLAMABAD, October 3: Incidents of motor vehicle snatching increased 15% as 54 districts reported 836 cases in July compared with preceding month’s 723 recorded in 56 districts, says a Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) report.

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Crimes against Women Increase By 7% in a Year

Crimes against Women Increase By 7% in a Year

ISLAMABAD, August 30: Crimes against women increased 7% this year as 57 districts reported 982 cases in May 2012 compared to 922 in the same month last year. However, over the last two years, an increase of 31% was reported in such crimes with 746 FIRs lodged in May 2010, says a Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) report.

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Rise in FIRs for motor vehicle lifting

Rise in FIRs for motor vehicle lifting

ISLAMABAD, July 31: Cases of motor vehicle lifting increased during the March-May quarter with 39 per district being reported in May as compared to the preceding month when 32 cases were recorded, says a Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) report.

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Rise in the FIRs for threat and fraud

Rise in the FIRs for Threat and Fraud

A report based on crime statistics collected from 81 DPO offices across Pakistan in April 2012 Threat and fraud crimes witnessed an increase of 28% per district during the February to April quarter with as many as 2,329 such FIRs being filed in 78 districts in February, another 2,778 in 77 districts in the following month…

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Increase in FIRs for crimes against women

Increase in FIRs for crimes against women

ISLAMABAD, June 4: Reportage of crimes against women registered an increase in March with an average 17 First Information Reports (FIRs) lodged per district as compared to the preceding month when 10 FIRs were filed, says a Free and Fair Election Network (FAFEN) report. The report released Monday said that although rise in such cases…

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More Districts Report Cases of Honor Killings

More Districts Report Cases of Honor Killings

Cases of honour killings were more widespread in February 2012 as compared to the preceding month – 24 cases being reported in 16 districts as against 19 recorded in 12 districts in January. Despite government’s efforts to eradicate this practice, all four provinces reported at least one such case. It shows that more needs to…

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