In January 2018, 4019 crimes reported, showing an increase of 1246 or 44.9% from the same period previous year. This increase was due to rise in crimes theft by 674 or 79.0%, crimes fraud by 308 or 2.5 times more, crimes robbery by 116 or 2.9 times more, crimes against human right to be live by 82 or 63.6%, crimes against human health immunity by 66 or 7.4%, and crimes embezzlement of property by43 or 3.1 times more.
As a result of the crimes, damage amount reached MNT 146.4 billion, increased by MNT 114.1 billion or 4.5 times more and the amount of restituted damages was MNT 0.6 billion, showing a decrease of MNT 1.4 billion or 71.4% compared with the previous year.
In January 2018, 834 persons were injured due to the crimes, showing a decrease of 244 or 22.6%, and 201 persons died, showing an increase of 51 (34.0%) compared with same period of the previous year.
In January 2018, 3437 persons became victims of crime, of which 152 or 4.4% were children aged below 18 and 1488 or 43.3% were women.
In January 2018, the number of crimes involving children decreased by 73 or 88.0%, whereas women by 251 or 82.8%, committed crimes while being drunk by 409 (66.2), and crimes in a group by 16 or 8.1% compared with the same period of the previous year.
Recorded crime rate per 10000 population aged 18 and above reached 20, increased by 6 or 42.9% compared with the same period of the previous year.
There were 48 domestic violences recorded.
There were 109 livestock thefts reported, accounting for 2.7% of the total reported offences, showing a decrease of 38 or 25.9% from the same period of the previous year.
During the reference period, there were 5999 persons brought forcefully by police to sober, indicating a decrease of 1509 or 20.1%, and 703 persons arrested, indicating an increase of 74 or 11.8% compared with the same period of the previous year.