Crime locations obtained via the ukpolice R package: https://github.com/njtierney/ukpolice, which uses the data made available through the uk crime API:<data.police.uk/docs/>. This data contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0: https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence/version/3/.
A data frame with variables:
category: Category of the crime (https://data.police.uk/docs/method/crime-street/)
persistent_id: 64-character unique identifier for that crime. (This is different to the existing 'id' attribute, which is not guaranteed to always stay the same for each crime.)
date: Date of the crime YYYY-MM
street_id: Unique identifier for the street
street_name: Name of the location. This is only an approximation of where the crime happened
context: Extra information about the crime (if applicable)
id: ID of the crime. This ID only relates to the API, it is NOT a police identifier
location_type: The type of the location. Either Force or BTP: Force indicates a normal police force location; BTP indicates a British Transport Police location. BTP locations fall within normal police force boundaries.
location_subtype: For BTP locations, the type of location at which this crime was recorded.
outcome_status: The category and date of the latest recorded outcome for the crime
more documentation here: https://data.police.uk/docs/method/crime-street/
For further details, see https://www.york.gov.uk/info/20215/conservation_and_listed_buildings/1346/listed_buildings and https://data.gov.uk/dataset/listed-buildings24/resource/8c32fb55-0e40-457f-98f9-6494503e283b