Police say crime has dropped 30% overall in Northern Ireland since lockdown began on 23 March, compared to the same period last year.
The figures cover the six-week period between 23 March and 3 May, with the decrease attributable in people having restrictions on their movement,
Sexual offences have almost halved, while there have been dramatic falls in the number of robbery and theft crimes.
While offences are down across the board, there has been twice as many homicides in that period - six - as there were last year.
These figures represent crimes which have been recorded by police, so it is not clear what impact lockdown measures may have had on people's reporting of offences.