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Violence against the person is an area where the police have seen the biggest increase in offences.

While the number of murders has fallen over the twenty-first century, violence-related crime has increased - with the last year seeing a 16 per cent increase in violence with injury, and a 33 per cent increase in violence without injury.

The second and final season consisted of 18 episodes.

The series is executive produced by creators Carol Mendelsohn, Anthony E.

He said: "The ONS field trial between May and August on experiences of fraud and cyber crime demonstrates how use of new technology and the internet is changing the nature of crime in the UK.

"Cyber crime exemplifies how the demands on the police service are both changing and increasing at a time when budgets continue to be placed under significant pressure." Mr Farrar said it was "encouraging" that the overall rate from the Crime Survey of England and Wales shows incidents are decreasing and that the gap between the study and police recording of offences "continues to narrow" He said: "At the same time police recorded crime has risen by 5 per cent.

Following the cancellation of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, it was announced that Ted Danson would be joining the Cyber cast as D. Russell, the newly appointed Director of Next Generation Cyber Forensics.

The series' theme song is "I Can See for Miles" by The Who, and the series' music composers are Jeff Russo and Ben Decter.Peter Mac Nicol departed the main cast at the end of the first season, ending with the episode titled "Legacy".On March 5, 2014, Patricia Arquette was cast as Special Agent Avery Ryan in a Spring episode of CSI.Songs featured throughout the first season include: "Thunderbolt" by Justin Prime and Sidney Samson (episode 2), "Take a Ride" by Rattle Box (episode 4), "Re-Creation" by Strikez (episode 5), "With Me" by Underglow (episode 6), "Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue" by Art Landry and His Orchestra (episode 8), "Get Your Hands Up" by Uforik (episode 9), "Let Go for Tonight" by Foxes (episode 10), and "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)" by Marvin Gaye (episode 12).The second season features music by Underglow ("Save the Day", episode 1), With Lions ("Jitterbug", episode 2), Savoy ("Pump it Up", episode 3) and Motabeatz ("Watch Your Back", episode 5).Zuiker, and Ann Donahue, former CSI: NY executive producer Pam Veasey (who acts as showrunner), Jonathan Littman, and Jerry Bruckheimer.