H/T UK Pete
- More than third of 210 rape suspects in London last year were immigrants
- Dyfed-Powys Police in Wales had no record of a rape or murder charge against a foreigner
PUBLISHED: 04:18 GMT, 13 May 2013 | UPDATED: 07:54 GMT, 13 May 2013
A fifth of rape and murder suspects in the UK last year were foreign nationals.
Figures showed a total of 93 people were charged with murder and 632 with rape.
The statistics of suspects born abroad compares to the overall numbers of 555 murder suspects and 3,436 murder suspects.
The figures were released by 37 out of 43 police forces and the British Transport Police
A survey of 43 English and Welsh police forces showed that just one failed to record any rape or murder charges against a non-UK citizen, The Sunreported.
More than a third of the 210 rape suspects charged in London last year were immigrants.
Out of the 180 murder suspects in the capital 41 were from foreign.
In the capital 24 were from Jamaica, 14 from Nigeria, 13 from Poland and ten from Portugal.
In Suffolk, 75 per cent of suspects charged with murder were immigrants.
More than a third of the 210 rape suspects charged in London last year were immigrants
Cumbria had a similarly high rate, with 63 per cent of murder suspects being foreigners.
But in rural Wales, Dyfed-Powys Police had no record of a rape or murder charge against a foreigner, The Sun reported.
The figures were released by 37 out of 43 police forces and the British Transport Police.
Hampshire refused to reveal nationalities of eight foreigners charged with rape, explaining it would lead to ethnic victimisation.