This paper presents information about patterns of crime among EU migrants in England during 2011-2013. Based on data provided by English police forces about individuals charged with crimes during this period, it reports developments in EU migrant crime relating to prevalence, age, gender, nationalities, crime types, and geographical areas, making comparisons to crime data for England where appropriate. It discusses the possibility of profiling migrant crime, and highlights the complexity involved and interplay between different factors. It recommends the need for further study and analysis of migrant crime data, and considers policy implications.
|Journal||New Zealand Journal of Research on Europe|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|