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Table 5 Point estimates for plot presented in Fig. 4 for the estimated percentage change in daily crime rates for a 68.1% reduction in daily passenger numbers, using three time periods

From: Crime and COVID-19: effect of changes in routine activities in Mexico City

  Complete period [95% CI] Pre-COVID-19 [95% CI] Post-lockdown [95% CI]
All crimes −17.3% [−19.8%, −14.8%] −16.5% [−19.1%, −13.9%] −25.6% [−31.0%, −19.8%]
Violent robbery −29.4% [−32.5%, -26.1%] −26.6% [-29.7%, −23.4%] −41.5% [−46.1%, −36.4%]
Non-violent robbery −34.7% [−37.6%, -31.7%] −33.1% [-36.5%, −29.6%] −41.0% [−48.6%, −32.2%]
Robbery against residence 4.7% [−3.5%, 13.7%] 10.3% [2.3%, 18.9%] 10.2% [−42.3%, 110.5%]
Serious violent crime (non-sexual) −8.8% [−15.6%, −1.4%] −6.8% [−13.9%, 0.8%] 6.7% [−16.7%, 36.6%]
Sexual violence −22.4% [−30.2%, −13.8%] −18.7% [−27.2%, -9.2%] −27.2% [−50.7%, 7.5%]
Domestic violence 0.0% [−5.8%, 6.3%] 2.3% [−3.8%, 8.8%] 12.2% [−12.7%, 44.2%]
VAW helpline calls −14.4% [−20.4%, −7.8%] −14.9% [−21.2%, −8.1%] −1.9% [−33.8%, 45.4%]