Three per cent of King’s students will be victim to violent and sexual crimes
Less than LSE though
The Complete University Guide has found that three per cent of people at King’s are likely to be a victim of violence and sexual offences, whilst burglary and robbery rates are at one per cent.
The report took the number of crimes reported from July 2015 to June 2016 per one thousand residents within student areas. These crimes include burglary, robbery and violence and sexual offences.
They found that King’s College London University had a total score of four per cent for all crimes reported.
King’s students are almost two per cent less likely to be a victim of total crime and violence and sexual offences than LSE students and one percent less overall than UCL.
Two years ago King’s College London was named the most dangerous university across England and Wales.
These statistics are based on all residents and not just students, the results are taken within wards or electoral divisions weighted by student population.