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  • Following the publication of the fifth Review of the Quality of Crime Statistics in October 2023, the Central Statistics Office (CSO) has lifted the 'Under Reservation' categorisation around Recorded Crime Statistics. This is possible because An Garda Síochána have introduced a range of quality measures over the last number of years which have resulted in sustained improvement in the quality of the underlying crime data. These changes give a level of assurance to users that they can rely on Recorded Crime Statistics.

    The CSO will continue to inform users of the quality of the data they are using, and of any particular issues which may need to be notes around time series comparability as they arise.

    For further information see our Lifting of Under Reservation categorisation for Recorded Crime Statistics FAQ page. Lifting of Under Reservation categorisation for Recorded Crime Statistics FAQ page
  • Recorded Crime
  • Probation Re-offending Statistics
  • Recorded Crime Detection
  • Recorded Crime Victims and Suspected Offenders
  • Circumstances of People Linked to Justice Sanctions
  • Sexual Violence Survey
  • Crime and Victimisation
  • Review of the Quality of Recorded Crime Statistics
  • The Earnings Background of Probationers
  • Recorded Crime
  • Recorded Crime Detection
  • Recorded Crime Victims and Suspected Offenders
  • Prison Re-offending Statistics
  • Probation Re-offending Statistics
  • Relationship Between Victims and Reported Suspects for Sexual and Assault Offences