The line graph below shows the number of serious crimes that occurred in London between 2003 and 2012.
The line graph displays the number of serious crimes, namely armed robbery, assault and murder that happened in London from the years of 2003 to 2012.
Overall, it is clear that the number of armed robbery in London was dramatically decrease, in contract with assault, which fluctuated during the time period. Moreover, murder cases were not the main reasons for serious crimes in all years.
Armed robbery was the primary reason with around 3500 crimes occured in 2003 and this figure went consistently down to 1500 in 2012. Assault in 2003 was the second reason of serious crimes with the number hovered between approximately 2000 to over 2500. Additionally, The assaulting line surpassed the armed robbery line between 2006 and 2007.
Among the two reasons resulting in serious crimes, murdering was recorded with the least cases occurred. The number of crimes happened for this reason was relatively stable with some minor fluctuations throughout the entire period given. Starting with exactly 500 crimes, this number went slightly up to almost 1000, then dropped down and remained stable by 2012.