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Table 26. Total Crime, Violent Crime, and Property Crime, 19892000

Year

Total crime index

Violent crime index1

Murder victims

Property crime2

Number3

Rate4

Number3

Rate4

Total3

Related to narcotic drug laws3

Number3

Rate4

1989

14,251,400

5,741.0

1,646,040

663.1

21,500

1,402

12,605,400

5,077.9

1990

14,475,613

5,820.3

1,820,127

731.8

23,438

1,367

12,655,486

5,088.5

1991

14,872,883

5,897.8

1,911,767

758.1

24,703

1,353

12,961,116

5,139.7

1992

14,438,191

5,660.2

1,932,274

757.5

23,760

1,302

12,505,917

4,902.7

1993

14,144,794

5,484.4

1,926,017

746.8

24,526

1,295

12,218,777

4,737.6

1994

13,989,543

5,373.5

1,857,670

713.6

23,326

1,239

12,131,873

4,660.0

1995

13,862,727

5,275.9

1,798,792

684.6

21,606

1,031

12,063,935

4,591.3

1996

13,493,863

5,086.6

1,688,540

636.5

19,645

843

11,805,323

4,450.1

1997

13,194,751

4,930.0

1,636,096

611.3

18,209

786

11,558,475

4,318.7

1998

12,485,714

4,619.3

1,533,887

567.5

16,914

679

10,951,827

4,051.8

1999

11,635,378

4,266.5

1,426,044

523.0

15,522

581

10,208,334

3,743.6

2000

11,605,751

4,124.0

1,424,289

506.1

15,517

669

10,181,462

3,617.9

1Violent crime includes the following four offenses: murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault.
2Property crime includes the following offenses: burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft, and arson.
3Offenses reported to law-enforcement agencies.
4Per 100,000 population.

Source: Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Department of Justice, Crime in the United States: Uniform Crime Reports (19902001).




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