PREMIER Anna Bligh insists there is less crime on the Gold Coast despite her own government releasing statistics yesterday confirming the city is the state's crime capital. The 2010-11 annual police report shows southeast Queensland had the most incidents of crime in 31 of the 87 criminal offences tallied. The Gold Coast topped the state in the categories of homicide, armed robbery, unlawful entry, drug possession, prostitution and abduction. The new data shows that crime on the Gold Coast has increased almost across the board in the past year, bucking the overall trend for Queensland which saw a 3 per cent fall in the crime rate. The figures prompted the city's politicians, business leaders and the Queensland Police Union to demand more police, more cars and more resources.