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Fife Police 

Part of the Scottish Lowlands, Fife covers a relatively small region of Scotland, but is ranked third in population with 365,000 people living within its borders. The district's largest towns include Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and St Andrews.

Overall car crime is below the national average, with just 100 offences per 10,000 cars. Almost three quarters of car crime involves criminal damage, whilst theft of and theft from a motor vehicle accounts for the rest of all offences.

The most targeted models are Fiat and Ford, with 147 and 131 offences per 10,000 cars, while there were low crime rates for Audi, Mini and Volkswagen.

As with all areas in Scotland, a lack of detailed data means that we are unable to display a heatmap for the region.

Crimes by type
Offence type Offences per 10,000
registered vehicles
Criminal Damage 73
Theft of 14
Theft from 13
Total 100
Crimes by manufacturer
Manufacturer Offences per 10,000
registered vehicles
Audi 47
BMW 70
Citroen 113
FIAT 147
Ford 131
Honda 102
Hyundai 77
Kia 92
Land Rover 72
Mazda 65
Mercedes-Benz 79
MINI 48
Nissan 60
Peugeot 114
Renault 94
Rover 118
SEAT 73
Skoda 79
Suzuki 73
Toyota 63
Vauxhall 120
Volkswagen 0
Volvo 52
 

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