2005 Crime Data Official Website of the City of San Antonio Police 2005 Crime Stats. FILING COMPLAINTS CRIMES PART 1 CRIMES are Homicide, Forcible Rape http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Crime Statistics Page U.S. Crime Stats Page =Last Update September 21, 2004 Among the 15 states with the highest homicide rates, 10 have restrictive or very http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Part One Crime Stats of what constitutes a violent or property crime Violent Crimes are Homicide Rape Stats compiled by ICAP for COMPSTAT. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Irving Police Department's Online Crime Stats Welcome to the Irving Police Department's Online Crime Stats BURGHAB Burglary of a Habitation. HOMICIDE. KID - Kidnapping http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Crime Stats In an effort to provide you with the most accurate crime Statistics, homicide (MURDER NONNEGLIGENT MANSLAUGHTER), 10, 9, 11.1%, 37, 29, 27.6% http://www.charmeck.nc.us/Departments/Police/Crime Info/Crime Statistics/Crime S
Extractions: Business eServices Government Visitors ... Crime Statistics / Crime Stats Monthly Crime Statistics In an effort to provide you with the most accurate Crime Statistics, the percentages are calculated and re-calculated to avoid error. As a result, the publish report will always have a delay of 2-3 months on average. To research crime on your street or in your neighborhood, please use the Community Crime Information System . To view the Monthly Summary Report To review the 2004 Annual Crime Report, please click here INDEX OFFENSES REPORTED TO THE CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG POLICE DEPT July, 2005 INDEX OFFENSES THIS TO DATE % CHANGE RAPE TOTAL ACTUAL ATTEMPT ROBBERY TOTAL ARMED STRONG-ARM AGGRAVATED ASSAULT TOTAL BURGLARY TOTAL RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL FORCE NO FORCE ATTEMPT LARCENY TOTAL $200 AND OVER $50 TO $200 UNDER $50 FROM AUTO BICYCLE SHOPLIFTING OTHERS VEHICLE THEFT TOTAL ARSON TOTAL TOTALS VIOLENT PROPERTY
City Of Waco, Texas crime stats by Neighborhood for July 2005 (pdf files). Assault Burglary ofBuilding Criminal Mischief Drugs homicide Residential Burglary http://www.waco-texas.com/city_depts/police/crimestats.htm
Extractions: hostName = '.blogs.com'; ABOUT US ARCHIVES LINKS An Eclectic Digest of Science, Art and Literature Main In the past week I have had two intense debates way out of my area of expertise about the so-called "Ambulance-Homicide" theory. The theory claims, according to this NYT magazine piece (Reg Req'd) that despite the drop-off in murder rates, Americans aren't necessarily less murderous. Instead, they are simply less able to finish each other off because EMT services are so much better than they used to be. What surprised me, however, was how wrong I was about violent crime in America overall, which is down over the past ten years not only proportionately (no surprise there) but also in many cases numerically. Contrary to what I thought, America, and not just NYC, really is getting safer across the board (thank you, TD, SML, and DCJG). But - and here comes a big N.B. - something curious happens when two particular crimes - by far the frequent violent crime, Aggravated Assault, and the most talked-about crime, Murder - are foregrounded. From NYT: "Harris [the author of the Ambulance-Homicide theory] stumbled upon this simple idea after years of trying to figure out why the aggravated-assault rate skyrocketed by several hundred percent over the past four decades, while the murder rate has remained flat, never increasing or decreasing by more than 50 percent. In ''Murder and Medicine,'' a paper published in May in the journal Homicide Studies, Harris and three other researchers determined that the murder rate is being artificially suppressed because thousands of potential homicide victims each year are now receiving swift medical attention and surviving. Americans, in other words, aren't any less murderous it's just getting harder for us to kill one another. Our modern 911 dispatchers, E.M.S. technicians, trauma-care units and emergency-room surgeons have been saving patients who were on the cusp of becoming murder statistics and moving them into the aggravated-assault column."
Crime Statistics, Data And Legal Resources Firearmrelated crime has plummeted since 1993. homicide trends in the US homiciderates recently declined to levels last seen in the late 1960 s. http://crime.about.com/od/stats/
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Small Dead Animals New Canadian Crime Stats While the total violent crime rate declined, the national homicide rate increased12%. If the crime stats require guilt where does it belong? http://www.smalldeadanimals.com/archives/002387.html
Extractions: Among cities, Regina was Canada's murder capital, with a rate of five per 100,000. Montreal, by contrast, had the country's lowest rate of 1.7 and Toronto had 1.8. Nationally, violent crime fell two per cent, with 300,000 incidents reported to police, most of them common assaults. The number of robberies also fell four per cent. Regionally, the three territories were by far the most violent areas of the country, while Saskatchewan and Manitoba led the way provincially.
Part One Crime Stats Part One Crimes are made up of seven offenses homicide, burglary, robbery, stats compiled by ICAP for COMPSTAT. If you need additional statistical http://www.memphispolice.org/partone.htm
Extractions: home precincts overview careers ... burglary prevention tips Part One Crimes are made up of seven offenses - homicide, burglary, robbery, rape, vehicle theft, aggravated assault, and larceny. The FBI tabulates the total number of Part One Crimes committed per city to calculate the Crime Index for cities in the United States and these statistics are published in their Uniform Crime Report (UCR). The UCR is not released by the FBI until October of each year for the preceeding year's stats. Please Note : In UCR Summary Reporting only the most serious crime in any offense is counted for statistical figures where as in National Incident Based Reporting (NIBR) all reported offenses are counted. The Crime Index involves Violent Crimes and Property Crimes.
Crime Statistics - Sheriff's Office crime Statistics. homicide = 0; Robbery = 0; Sexual Offenses = 0; Burglary = 0;Larcenies = 8; Vandalisms = 2. Top of page http://www.co.hanover.va.us/sheriff/stats.htm
Extractions: Vandalisms = 217 Crime Statistics Crime Statistics Contains the areas of Rt. 360, east to Pole Green Road, west to Lee Davis Road and south to Rt. 360; 173 calls for service were made in this area in July 2005. Crime Statistics Contains the areas of Rt. 360, east to Lee Davis Road, south to Creighton Road, west to I295 and north to Rt. 360; 193 calls for service were made in this area in July 2005.
Extractions: text only contact us help City Services A-Z ... police services crime statistics Crime Statistics 2002-03 Comparison Chart 2001-02 Comparison Chart Crime Statistics Comparison for Past Two Years January February March April May June July August September October November December Year-To-Date Totals (thru March) Offenses Homicide Rape Robbery Assault-Aggravated Burglary-Residential Burglary-Non- residential Larceny Motor Vehicle Theft Arson Totals Crimes of Violence Crimes Against Property Crime Statistics' Terms Defined The crime statistics listed above are the FBI index crimes which include: Willful Homicide - The willful (non-negligent) killing of one human being by another. Forcible Rape - The carnal knowledge of a person forcibly and/or against that person's will, or not against that person's will where the victim is incapable of giving consent because of his/her temporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity; or an attempt to commit rape by force or threat of force. Robbery - The taking or attempting to take anything of value from the care, custody, or control of a person or persons by force or threat of force or violence and/or by instilling fear.