How is a crime rate expressed?

Answer The crime rate is an important macro statistic for law enforcement agencies and legislators trying to figure out whether a particular crime prevention policy is effective or not. It can also be hel... Read More »

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What is a crime rate?

Crime rate is the total number of crimes committed in relation to the total population of a given region. The resulting figure is used to monitor the progress and effectiveness of regional systems ... Read More »

What was the rate of crime in the U.S. in 2008?

According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, there were an estimated 1,382,012 violent crimes, including murder, rape and assault in the United States in 2008. An estimated 9,767,915 property ... Read More »

What is the crime rate in america?

According to the FBI's annual report, Crime in the United States, 454.5 violent crimes and 3,212.5 property crimes (rates are per 100,000 population) were reported in 2008. The rate of violent cri... Read More »

What is the crime rate in Ireland?

In 2009, Ireland reported 85 homicides, which included 54 murders, three manslaughter cases and 28 driving accidents that led to death. In the same year, 26,858 burglary and related offenses, 18,16... Read More »