Offences against justice procedures have increased in the two years.
This is according to the latest NSW crime statistics.
While the NSW two-year trend is stable, incidents in the Wingecarribee Shire are up by 37.7 per cent.
Police dealt with 62 AVO breaches in the September 2019 quarter, compared to 33 incidents in the same quarter in the previous year.
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There were 153 counts of incidents of against justice procedures (breach bail conditions) in the September 2019 quarter.
In September 2018 there were 119 incidents recorded.
The NSW two-year trend for the crime was up by 10.4 per cent per year.
Other rates of offences against justice procedures in the Wingecarribee were low or had no recorded incidents.
These include escape custody, fail to appear in court and resist/hinder officer.
Meanwhile retail theft has been a concern for business owners in previous months.
In the March 2019 quarter retail theft was up by 53 per cent over a two-year period in the Wingecarribee Shire.
However the latest crime statistics show a stable trend, with 78 offences in the September 2019 compared with 100 counts in September 2018.
Rates of violent crimes such as domestic assault and non-domestic assault remained stable over a two-year period.
There were 99 domestic assaults reported to police in the September 2019 quarter, compared to 79 in the September 2018 quarter.
Non-domestic assaults decreased from 109 counts in 2018 to 85 counts in 2019.
Police assault rates in the Wingecarribee Shire have increased from three incidents in 2018 to eight incidents in 2019.
However this rate was low compared to other local government areas.