There was a 17% drop in recorded crime in the East Midlands during the lockdown period from April to June this year.
The figures, released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS), show there was a significant drop in offences such as burglary, robbery, theft, shoplifting and sex offences during the lockdown.
However some of the local forces saw a large increase in stalking, harassment and drug offences - the latter which ONS said could be down to "pro-active police activity"
Despite a large drop in violent crimes nationally, Leicestershire Police recorded a large rise in reports of "violence with injury".
The force has been contacted for a comment.