According to the annual police report, burglaries dropped by 23% in 2020, to 1,100. However, domestic violence, car theft and infractions rose.
Last year police confiscated 1,390 driving licences - 20% for speeding, 80% for drink driving. Infractions and other crimes rose by 3.5% to over 40,000 cases.
Break-ins reduced by 23% to 1,100 in 2020; however, car theft is on the rise, with more than 2,200 cases reported - a 20% increase on the previous year.
There were 420 instances of armed or violent robbery, while domestic violence crept up by 11% during the first year of the pandemic, with 943 reported cases.
Over 4,600 crimes were linked to drugs, an increase of 9% compared to 2019.
In total, police solved around 57% of all cases.
Seventeen thousand Covid-19 checks took place last year, observing whether the general public were respecting the sanitary measures in place, as well as checking whether shops and restaurants were following rules.
There were 131,000 calls to the emergency hotline registered with the police.