Crimes committed at railway stations between Brighton and London Victoria

The crime statistics for railway stations across the UK have been released for the past two years, so we’ve created a virtual journey between Brighton and London Victoria.

Thursday, 21st March 2019, 7:00 am
Updated Thursday, 21st March 2019, 8:51 am
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We’ve provided the crime figures for all the main stations our readers may use, plus the passengers numbers. However, we should point out that travelling by train is still a very safe option. British Transport Police add that busy stations will inevitably generate more reported crime. Figures compare March 2018 to February 2019 with the same period a year earlier.

All crime: 2018/19 - 199 incidents; 2017/18 - 200 incidents. Passenger numbers 8,666,663
All crime: 2018/19 - 10 incidents; 2017/18 - 20 incidents. Passenger numbers 284,000
All crime: 2018/19 - 22 incidents; 2017/18 - 37 incidents. Passenger numbers 695,195
All crime: 2018/19 - 32 incidents; 2017/18 - 14 incidents. Passenger numbers 945,031
All crime: 2018/19 - 40 incidents; 2017/18 - 49 incidents. Passenger numbers 2,245,880 (Credit: Google Maps)
All crime: 2018/19 - 0 incidents; 2017/18 - 1 incidents. Passenger numbers 64,374
All crime: 2018/19 - 72 incidents; 2017/18 - 65 incidents. Passenger numbers 1,586,689
All crime: 2018/19 - 57 incidents; 2017/18 - 46 incidents. Passenger numbers 9,014,423
All crime: 2018/19 - 178 incidents; 2017/18 - 137 incidents. Passenger numbers 12,130,971 (Credit: Dan Kitwood/Staff)
All crime: 2018/19 - 191 incidents; 2017/18 - 240 incidents. Passenger numbers 16,141,110 (Credit: DANIEL LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images)
All crime: 2018/19 - 148 incidents; 2017/18 - 126 incidents. Passenger numbers 40,575,709 (Credit: Jack Taylor/Stringer)