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Crime Stats Arrests On-campus Residence Halls, 2001, 2002, 2003. a. Illegal weapons possession,0, 0, 0 j. Any other crime involving bodily injury, 0 http://police.astate.edu/home.htm
RUPD Annual Crime Stats Arrests, referrals and releases without adjudication Click here for RiceWeekly Crime Stats. Counter. Last Updated Monday, October 27, 2003 0151 PM. http://rupd.rice.edu/stats.html
Extractions: Robbery d Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft Arrests For: Liquor Law Violations b Drug Abuse Violations c Weapons Possession Hate Crimes Reported to non police officials and were not subject to verification by campus police. 25 were non-Rice All were non-Rice affiliated. Two were on campus. Seven were on streets surrounding campus. University Police Reports On Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Motor Vehicle Theft This includes offenses that were handled by Houston Police Department on the streets and sidewalks immediately adjacent to Rice University (includes Greenbriar building, University Boulevard, Rice Boulevard, Sunset and Main Street.) Arrests or referrals for: Arrests/Citations Referral/Release University Non University University Non University Liquor Law Violations Drug Abuse Violations Weapons Possession The term 'campus' means- any building or property owned or controlled by an institution of higher education within the same reasonably contiguous geographic area of the institution and used by the institution in direct support of, or in a manner related to, the institution's educational purposes, including residential halls; and
Nationwide Arrests Statistics For 2003 crime in the United States, 2003, compiles crime statistics from more than 17000 The violent crime arrest rate was 205.3 per 100000 inhabitants; http://crime.about.com/od/stats/a/ucr_arrests.htm
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Arkansas Crime Information Center crime statistics are based on summary information submitted by law enforcementagencies Section 3 arrests Section 4- AIBRS crime in Arkansas 2003 http://www.acic.org/statistics/stats.htm
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Extractions: dqmcodebase = "/scripts/" This collection consists of four county-level data files. The first three provide arrests for Part I offenses (murder, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, larceny, auto theft, and arson) and for Part II offenses (forgery, fraud, embezzlement, vandalism, weapons violations, sex offenses, drug and alcohol abuse violations, gambling, vagrancy, curfew violations, and runaways). The fourth file provides reported offenses (as opposed to arrests) for Part I crimes only. Two county population variables are included : one for total county population and the other for counties reporting six months or more of data. Data collected by the United States Department of Justice - Federal Bureau of Investigation. The data used in this presentation were obtained via anonymous ftp from the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data Other crime data is available in spreadsheet and interactive format from the Bureau of Justice Statistics , including state-level data.
The Brookline Police Crime Reports Brookline Police crime Statistics. 2004 crime stats Drug arrests 19941999This graph shows a 6 year history of drug arrests. OUIL arrests 1996-2000 http://www.brooklinepolice.com/crimes/
WPD Crime Stats Front Page crime Statistics and Other Measures of Police Activity in Worcester The numberof arrests made by Worcester Police increased from 6482 in 2003 to 7014 http://www.ci.worcester.ma.us/cau/
Extractions: The number of arrests made by Worcester Police increased from 6,482 in 2003 to 7,014 in 2004, a gain of 8 percent.For the most part, the increase was fairly uniform across age groups and genders. Among categories of charges filed on the arrests, there were notable increases in motor vehicle violations and arrests on outstanding warrants, while the number of arrests for assault and battery declined by about 7 percent.
Extractions: Joseph D. McNamara is a research fellow at the Hoover Institution. T he American public likes to believe that police officers are above partisan politics, but is this really the case? During my more than thirty years as a cop, I produced and sometimes created crime statistics. I started my police career almost half a century ago walking a solo beat in Harlem. My first arrest as a flatfoot was for first-degree murder by virtue of the fact that I bumbled into arresting the perpetrator while the victim lay dying on the sidewalk. During my next ten years in Harlem, I found that cops who were not so lucky but who reported robberies, rapes, burglaries, or other serious felonies with no arrest were unlikely to remain on the force. No official order was ever given to underreport or not report crimes that weren't cleared, but an officer following the rulebook would soon find out from his sergeant that he had an attitude. So are the 30 and 40 percent crime reductions for which Bill Clinton and Rudy Giuliani claim credit phony or real? Some analysts credit full employment, additional police, mandatory sentences, maturation of the crack market, and better policing. Neither human nature nor politics, however, has changed through the years. Next time a candidate or "expert" tells us we need to spend more money to reduce crime, remember the old vaudeville joke: First man: "I saw you playing in that crap game last night. Didn't you know it was crooked?" Second man: "Sure, but it was the only game in town." In most towns, local politics is the only game in town when it comes to precisely counting crime.
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