The latest figures released show that there's been a 16% drop.
Crime is down in Hampshire and on the Isle of Wight.
Figures for 1st April to 4th September show a drop of 16 per cent on the same period last year.
House burglaries have fallen by 27 per cent, all violent offences fell by 13 per cent and anti-social behaviour is down by 8 per cent.
A breakdown of the statistics show a fall in overall crime in all districts in the county.
Chief Constable Alex Marshall says the fall is "testament to our successful planning".
Chief Constable Alex Marshall said: "I would like to thank each and every one of my police officers and staff for their hard work during the summer.
"We’ve had some great events in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight over the last few months that have attracted thousands of people to the region.
"This has truly been a summer to remember and I hope it’s one that has brought communities in Hampshire and Isle of Wight together in a spirit of celebration.
"We’ve been planning well in advance to ensure each event passed peacefully, that those attend could enjoy it without worrying about security, and that we were able to maintain an excellent service to the local community.
"The Olympic Torch Relay in particular was a great opportunity for my officers and staff to get involved in the celebrations, engage with the community and showcase our professionalism.
"The reduction in crime is testament to our successful planning and commitment to protecting the people we serve from those who would cause them harm.”
|Basingstoke & Deane||4,774||3,670||-23.13%|
|Isle of Wight||3,754||3,554||-5.33%|
|Winchester & East Hants||5,082
|Hart & Rushmoor||4,627||3,619||-21.79|