Categorising offenders on the basis of crimes committed, the report shows that Labour Law violators topped the list at 25.9 per cent. Of these, three-quarters were infiltrators. Financial crimes stood at 20.7 per cent which included theft, arson, fraud and money laundering. The report also shows that crimes against individuals accounted for 19.1 per cent of the total.
This included abuses and insults, threats, murder, human trafficking and abortion. Also, 18.2 per cent of the total offenders were involved in drug offences. Of these, 3.4 per cent were involved in alcohol related crimes. Offenders booked for violating public decency and ethics (including prostitution, assaults, public gambling, adultery and inciting sodomy and debauchery) constituted 2.6 per cent of the total crimes.
The lowest percentage of violations involved crimes related to Arms and Ammunition Act (0.7 per cent).