The data on Crime Statistics reflects Crime in Trinidad and Tobago as given by the Police, Prisons and Probations. In Trinidad and Tobago, data on reported crimes are collated by the Crime and Problem Analysis Branch of the Trinidad and Tobago Police Service (TTPS). The Crime and Problem Analysis Branch is an arm of the TTPS that deals with data-processing, analyses information from crime reports and other sources to better inform the crime-deterrence, disruption and detection efforts of the TTPS.
2020 Reported Crimes
Reports to Police
Broad Categories of Criminal Offences
The International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS) provides a comprehensive framework for producing statistics on crime and criminal justice. Its primary unit of classification is the act or event that constitutes a criminal offence and the description of the criminal acts is based on behaviours and not on legal provisions.
|01||Acts leading to death or intending to cause death|
|02||Acts leading to harm or intending to cause harm to the person|
|03||Injurious acts of a sexual nature|
|04||Acts against property involving violence or threat against a person|
|05||Acts against property only|
|06||Acts involving controlled psycho-active substances or other drugs|
|07||Acts involving fraud, deception or corruption|
|08||Acts against public order, authority and provisions of the State|
|09||Acts against public safety and state security|
|10||Acts against the natural environment|
|11||Other criminal acts not elsewhere classified|