There were 87 reported crimes on the Isles of Scilly in the 12 months up to May 2019.
The number is 7 less than last year, a fall of 7.4%.
Violent crimes rose slightly, with 12 with injury and 16 without (up from 10 and 15 last year).
However, criminal damage fell 56% and theft not including shoplifting and vehicle offences was down 26%.
There were no cases in the categories 'public order offences' and 'possession of weapons'.
Recorded crime rose 3.3% across the Devon & Cornwall force area.