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Police proceedings, Selected states and territories
The most common principal offences proceeded against by police were:
The majority of police proceedings were court actions across the published states and territories2, with the exception of New South Wales. The proportion of court actions by total proceedings were:
The most common principal offences for court proceedings were:
The number of non-court actions decreased across all published2 states and territories.
The most common principal offences for non-court action proceedings were:
1 Data relating to police proceedings for Western Australia are not included in this publication, see explanatory notes for further information.
2 Data relating to method of proceeding (court or non-court action) for the Northern Territory and South Australia are not included in this publication, see explanatory notes for further information.
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