An updated list of murders and manslaughters in London, UK, in the year 2019 There have been more than 110 homicides in London since the start of 2019, with deadly stabbings contributing to over half of this figure. Thu 25 Apr 2019 06.05 EDT First published on Thu 25 Apr 2019 05.33 EDT. New York has had 53 murders in the period from January 1 to March 3, 2019. We can therefore see that New York’s murder rate was actually more than twice than that of London’s. Last year, there were 136 homicides in the UK capital, according to Metropolitan Police figures.That translates to a rate of 1.54 homicides per 100,000 people. Total: 123 (last updated 08/01/21) See also: Murder map for London homicide victims in 2020 Takieddine BouhaneWilliam AlgarKrasimir KartikovHarinder KumarNarinder LubhayaMalkit Singh DhillonCzeslaw SwiatkowskiMarc AllenEraj SeifiJames DowdellLennox AlecendorLouis JohnsonTyler RoyeLi Qing WangAsante CampbellShanur AhmedDamani … If that rate of killing continues, London will amass a total of 180 homicides … The crime rate (per population of 1,000) is down from 106.20 in 2018/2019 to 103.18 in 2019/2020. 15,590 knife crimes were reported across London in 2019/2020. As of September 14, the London murder … It meant the overall figure for London for 2019 rose to its highest level since 2008, when there were 154 killings. ... London mayor warns crime could spike as lockdown … Those killed in 2019 range in age from 14-year-old Jaden Moodie, who was stabbed in Leyton, east London in January - to 80-year-old Barbara Heywood, who was attacked at her home in Bolton in March. A Sky news Freedom of Information request to every police force in the country showed London was unique in the racial breakdown of knife crime – … There were 45 murders in London in the first three months of 2018. The number of violent deaths on the streets of London this year has surpassed the 2018 figure after the 133rd person of 2019 was killed in the capital. The situation for 2019 shows an even starker difference in murders than 2018. Over the ten-year period from 2009 to 2010 to 2018 to 2019, the rate of homicides has fallen from 15.7 to 11.2 homicides victims per million population. During the first two months of 2019, London has had 16 murders. The borough with the most knife crime was Westminister, with over 1,000 reported cases , closely followed by Haringey, with 986 reported knife crimes.