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TEN YEAR INDEX 
UNIFORM 

CRIME 
R E POR T S 

FOR THE UNITED STATES 
AND ITS POSSESSIONS 




ISSUED BY THE 

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION 

UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 

WASHINGTON, D.C. 



1930 - 1939 



VOLUMES I-X 






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UNIFOrai CHEME REPORTS 
INDEX 
January 1, 1930 - December 31, 1939 

All references show Volume, Number, Page (e.g. A: 5:6 means Volume 4, 
Number 5, Page 6). Numbers lA - 5A represent August - December, 1930. 

Age of offenders. (See Aires ts - based on fingerprint records) 

Amount of crime. (See Estimated number of major crimes in the United States) 

Annual crime trends. (See Trends, annual crime) 

Arrests - based on fingerprint records 

Age 

5y age groups and offense. 3t3:12-14; 3:4:lVl6j 4:1:18; 4:2:12,14; 

4:3:12-13; 4:4:17; 5:1:26-27; 5:2:20-21; 
5:3:16-17; 5:4:23-24; 6:1:34; 6:2:28; 6: 
3:23; 6:4:29; 7:1:34; 7:2:84; 7:3:117; 
7:4:153; 8:1:41; 8x2:98; 8:3:174; 8:4:219; 
9:2:90; 9:3:118; 9:4:l6l; 10:2:108; 10:3: 
152; 10:4:206. 

Male only. 6:4:31; 7:4x156; 8x4:223; 9:4:165; 10:4: 

210. 

Female only. 6x4:32; 7:4:157; 8:4:224; 9:4:l66j 10:4: 

211. 

Comparison of native irtilte, foreign-bom iihite and negroes. (See Ar- 
rests - baaed on fingerprint records - Race) 

Percentage distribution by age groups. 3:4:15-16; 4:1:18; 8:1:42; 

8:2x99; 8x3x176; 8x4:220; 9:2:91; 9:3: 
120; 9:4:162; 10:2:109; 10:3:154; 10:4: 
207. 

Persons under 21 and under 25* 3x4x16; 4x1:16,19; 4:2:11; 6:3:24; 

6x4x30; 7x1x35; 7:2x85; 7:3:118; 7:4: 
154; 8x1x44; 8x2:99; 8:3:176; 8:4:220, 
222; 9:2x91; 9:3x120; 9:4:164; 10x2x109; 
10x3x154; 10x4x209. 

Perscme arrested outside of state of birth. 9<lt48. 

Persons paroled. 

Distributed as to current offense and as to previous conviction. 

5x1:33-34; 5:2:27-28; 5x3:22-23; 5x4: 
30-31; 6xlx40-a. 



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Arrests - based on fingerprint records, (cont.) 

Persons paroled (cont.) 

Persons on parole distributed according to off'3nse charged 
currently. 5:l:32j 5:2:26} 5:3:21^ 5:A:28-29j 

6:1:39. 

Previous convictions 

Most serious distributed as to current charge. 4:3:15-16; 4:4:19- 

20} 5:1:30-31; 5:2:23-24; 5:3:19»-20; 5: 
4:26-27; 6:1:36-37; 6:2:31-32; 6:3:26- 
27; 6:4:36-37; 7:1:38-39; 7:2:88-89; 7: 
3:120-121; 7:4:160-161; 8:1:46-47; 8:2: 
102-103; 8:3:178-179; 8:4:228-229; 9:4: 
170-171; 10:4:214-215. 

Male and female separately, 6j4:38-a; 7:4:162-165; 8:4:230- 
233; 9:4:173-175; 10:4:216-219. 

Number disclosed by records. 7:1:40; 7:2:90; 7:3:122; 7:4:166; 8: 

1:48; 8:2:104; 3:3:180; 8:4:234; 9:2»92; 
9:3:121; 9:4:176; 10:2:110; 10:3:156; 10: 
4:220. 

Number of records reflecting previous convictions of certain major 
offenses. 9:2:92; 9:3:121; 10:2:110; 10:3:155; 

10:4:212. 

Previous fingerprint record. 

Number and percentage tdth. 3:3:14; 3:4:17; 4:1:19; 4:2:15-16; 4: 

3:13-U; 4:4:18; 5:1:28; 5:2:22; 5:3:18; 
5:4:25; 6:1:35; 6:2:30; 6:3:25; 6:4:34- 
35; 7:1:36-37; 7:2:86-87; 7:3:119; 7:4: 
159; 8:1:45; 8:2:100-101; 8:3:177; 8:4: 
225-226; 9:2:92; 9:3:121; 9:4:168; 10:2: 
no J 10:3:156; 10:4:213. 

Male and female separately. 6:4:34; 7:4:159; 8:4:226; 9:4:168; 
10:4:213. 



Race 



Comparison of native T»hite, foreign-bom nhite and negroes, 

4:3:18; 4:4:21; 5:1:37; 5:2:30-31; 5: 
3:24-25; 5:4:33; 6fl:43; 6:2:34} 6:3: 
29; 6:4:43 5 7:l:a} 7:2:91; 7:3:123; 7: 
4:168; 8:ls49; 8:2:105; 8:3:181; 8:4: 
236; 9:2:93; 9:3:122; 9:4:178; 10:2:111; 
10:3:155} 10:4:222. 



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Arrests - based on fingerprint records (cont.) 

Race (cont.) 

Comparison of native white,, foreign-born irtiite and negroes, by age 
groups. 7:l:42j 7:2j92j lx3tl2Ai 7:4xl69j 8:1:56 

8t2tl06j 8j3tl82j 8»4»237. 

Number of urtiite and negro (only). 4:2jl5; 4.:3:13j 4:4:21. 

Number of white, Negro, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Uexican. 5:lr36j 

5:2:29; 5:3:24; 5:4:32; 6:1:42; 6:2:33; 
6:3:28; 6:4:42; 7:l:a; 7:2:91; 7:3:123; 
7:4:167; 8:1:49; 8:2:105; 8:3tl81; 8r4: 
235; 9:2:93; 9:3:122; 9:4:177; 10: 2 rill; 
10:3:155; 10:4:221. 

Male and female separately. 6:4:43-44; 7:4:167-168; 8:4:235-236; 

9:4tl77-'178; 10:4:221-222. 

Sex of offenders. 3:4:14; 4:1:17; 4:2:13; 4:3il2; 4:4:16; 

1:26; 5:2:20; 5:3:15; 5:4:21; 6:1:32; 
6:2:27; 6:3:21; 6:4:27; 7tl:32| 7:2r82; ' 
3:115; 7:4:151; 8:1:39; 8:2:96; 8:3:173; 
8:4:217; 9:2:88; .9:3:116; 9:4:159; 10: 
2:107; 10:3 a51r 10:4:203. 

Arrests. (See Persons charged and Persons released) 

Automobiles 

Comparison of number stolen and recovered, 6:1:14; 6:2:19; 6:3:16; 6:4:19; 

7:1:14; 7:2:60; 7:3:108; 7:4:147; 8:1:17 
8:2:70; 8:3:122; 8:4:206; 9:1:11; 9:2:65 
9:3:113; 9:4:U9; 10:1:14; 10:2:68; 10:3 
129; 10:4:195. 

Cities divided by size. 10:4:195. 

Automotive equipment. (See Police department eqvdpment) 

Classification of offenses. 

Definition of Part I offense classifications. (See any bulletin beginning 
with Volume IV, Number 2) 

Definition of Part II offense classifications (See Volume H, Naober 1 
and Volume X, Numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4) 

Cleared by arrest 

Compared with offenses Imown 

Cities grouped by geographic divisions. 8:3:151; 9x1:27; 10tl»31-32. 



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Cleared by arrest 

Compared •with offenses knoim (cont») 

Cities grouped by size. 3:2:10-11; 4:1:11,15; 5:1:16-17; 6:1: 

19; 7:1:18; 8:1:2A; 9:1:13; 10:1:18. 

Cities grouped by size within geographic division. 8:3:154,156,158,160,162, 

164,166,168,170; 9:1:30,32,34,36,38,40,42 
44,46; IOhI 134,36,38,40,42,44,46,48,50. 

Compared nith offenses knoim and persons charged. 

Cities divided by states (representing California, Michigan, 
New Jersey, New Yorir, Ohio, and Pennsylvania). 7:2:80. 

Cities grouped by size. (See Persons charged - compared with 
offenses known and cleared) 

Data for individual cities, 1:4:19; 1:7:35. 

Number cleared but imported as not cleared in prior years. 5:1:17; 6:1: 

20; 7:1:19; 8:1:25. 

Percentage cleared compared with other yeai^. 4:1:15; 5:1:25; 6:1:31; 

7:l:31j 8:1:37; 9:1:25; 10:1:30. 

Gonvicti'^ns, previous. (See Arrests - based on fingerprint records - Previous 
convictions) 

Crime rates, relation to number of police employees. (See Police department 
employees - relation between and amount of crime) 

Crimes. (See Arrests, Estimated number. Offenses, Persons charged. Persons 
found guilty, and Persons released) 

Criminal history of persons in single fingerprint file. (See Single finger- 
print file) 

Employees, police department 

Number of, and functional distribution of. (See Police department 
employees) 

Number of, and relation to crime rates. (See Police department employees) 

Estlj^ted nimber of ma.ior crimes in the United States. 8:1:20; 8:4:211; 9:4:153; 

10:4:199. 

Fingerprint records 

Number on file at Bureau, number of contributors, number of fugitives 
identified throu^. (See conclusions of sections of bulletins dealing 
with fingerprint data) 



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Fingerprint records. (Sse Arrests - based on fingerprint records) 

Monthly crime trends. (See Trends, monthly crime) 

Offenses known to the police 

Annual variations. (See Trends, annual crime) 

Cities gcoyxped by geographic division and tabulated by months. 3}3t7-8; 

3:4:8-llj 4:l»7-8. 

Cities grouped by si3e» 3:l:7j 3:2t5i8j 3:3j4j 3:4t4; 4:l»4j 

4:2:3-4; 4:3:3-4j 4:4:3-4j 5:l:3-4j 
5:2t3-4j 5:3:3-4j 5:4:3-4j 6il:4-5i 
6j2:5-6j 6i3:4-5j 6:4:4-6; 7:1:3-4; 
7:2:47-48; 7:3:97-98; 7:4:129-130; 8:1: 
4-5; 8:2:54-55; 8:3:110-111; 8:4:186- 
187; 9:1:3-4; 9:2:55-56; 9:3:99-100; 
9:4:128-129; 10:1:5; 10:2:59; 10:3:119; 
10:4sl67. 

Cities grouped by siae within geographic division. 7:4:138; 8:4:195; 9: 

2:6Ci S:3il04; 9:4:137; 10:l»8-9; 10:2: 
63; 10:3:124; 10:4:178. 

Cities grouped by size within state (representing California, lUchlgan, 
New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania) 5:2:9; 5:3:9; 5:4:11; 

6:4:14* 

Cities grouped by state. 4:2:9-10; 4:3:8-9; 4:4:9-10; 5:1:7-8; 

5:2:8; 5:3:8; 5:4:10; 6:1:9; 6:2:12; 
6:3:11; 6:4:13; 7:1:9; 7:2:54; 7:3»103; 
7:4:137; 8:1:11; 8:2:61; 8:3:U7j 8:4» 
194; 9:4:136; 10:4:177. 

Cleared by arrest. (See Cleared by arrest) 

Comparison of larcenies over and under $50 in value for cities over 100,000 
in population. 4:2:3; 4:3:3; 4:4:3; 5:1:3? 5:2:3» 5:3:3; 

5:4:3; 6:1:4: 6:2:5: 6:3:4r 6:4:4; 7:1:3; 

7:2:47; 7:3:97; 7:4:129; 8:1:4; 8:2:54; 

8:3:110; 8:4:186; 9:1:3; 9:2:55; 9:3:99; 

9:4tl28. 



Offenses knoim to the police (cont.) 

Cotmty and others. (See Offenses knoim to the police - Rural areas. 
Sheriffs) 

Data for individual cities 

Grouped by state. 1:1:2-3; 1:2:3-13; 1:3:4-17; 1:4:4-17; 

1:5:9-28; 1:6:13-24,26-33; 1:7:13-33; 
1:U:7-19, 22-29; 1:2A: 19-31,34-45; 
l:3At8-22, 25-37; l:4A:7-22,25-42; 1:5A: 
20-36,39-52; 2:1:5-21,23-40; 2:2:5-22, 
25-37; 2:3:5-22,26-30; 2:4:5-24,27-36; 
2:5:5-23,27-34; 2:6:6-24,27-34; 2:7: 
6-25,28-33,36; 2:8:6-25,28-35,37; 2:9: 
6-26,30-36,38-39; 2:10:6-26,30-38,40; 
2:11:6-28,32-39,41-42; 2:12:18-39,43-53. 

Grouped by Size. 

Over 100,000 in population. 1:3j18-19j 1:4:19} 1:6:8-12; l:7:35j 
1:U230-31; 1:2A:6-18; l:5A:7-20; 2:12:16- 
17; 5:1:10-11; 5:2:11-12; 5:3:11-12; 5:4 
13-14; 6:1:11-12; 6:2:15-16; 6:3:12-13 J 6: 
4:15-16; 7:1:10-11; 7:2:56-57} 7:3:105-106; 
7:4:140-144} 8:1:13-14} 8:2:66-67, 91-94} 
8:3:119-120; 8:4:197-201; 9:1:7-9} 9:2:62- 
63; 9:3:109-110} 9:4:139-144} 10:1:11-12; 
10:2:65-66; 10:3:126-127; 10:4:184-189. 

Over 25,000 in population. 7:4:140-144} 8:3:125-148} 8:4:197-201} 
9:4:139-144} 10x4:184-189. 

Divided as to time, place, nature, and value of property stolen. 6:1:13} 

6:2:18} 6:3:16} 6:4:19} 7:1:14} 7:2:59} 
7:3:108} 7:4:U7} 8:1:17} 8:2:69} 8:3:122} 
8:4:205} 9:1:10} 9:2:65} 9:3:112; 9:4:143- 
149} 10:1:14} 10:2:68; 10:3:129} 10:4:194. 

Cities divided 1^ size. 10:4:194. 

Estimated number of major crimes in the United States. 8:1:20} 8:4:211; 

9:4:153} 10:4:199. 



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Offenses knonwn to the police (cont.) 

Monthly variations. (See Trends, monthly crime) 

Rural areas 

Comparison of iirban and rural crimes. 6:2:16; 6:3 tLi-; 6:4:17; 7:1:12; 

7:2x57; 7:3:106; 7:4:U5; 8:1:U; 8:2:67; 
8:3:120; 8:4:202; 9:4:145; 10:4:190. 

Data for individtial units 

Sheriffs. 1:1:9; 1:2:12; 1:3:13,17; 1:4:U; 1:5:20- 

21; 1:6:24-26,33; 1:7:25-26,31,33; ItUt 
20-21,29; l:2A:32-33,43,45; l:3A:23-24, 
34-35,37; l:4A:23-24,32,34,36,38-39,42; 
l:5A:37-38,48-49,52; 2:1:22-23,35-36,38, 
40; 2:2:22-24,32,36-37; 2:3:23-27,30; 2: 
4:24-27,30-31,33-36;2:5:24-26,28,31-34; 
2:6:24-26,29-33; 2:7:25-28,34-36; 2:8: 
25-28,36-37; 2:9:27-29,37-38; 2rl0:27-29, 
39; 2:11:28-31,40-41; 2:12:39-42,51-53* 

State Police. 1:1:9; 1:2:12-13; 1:3:13; 1»4:14; 1:5:20, 
26,28; 1:6:25,33; 1:7:25; 1:U:20; 1:2A: 
32; l:3A:23-24; l:4A:23-24; l:5A:37-38,52; 
2:1:22-23; 2:2:22-24,37; 2:3:23-25,30; 
2:4:24-26; 2:5:24-26; 2:6:24-25; 2:7:25- 
26; 2:8:26-27; 2:9:27-28; 2:10:27-29,39; 
2:11:28-30; 2:12:40-42,53. 

Summary tables. 4:4:15; 5:1:12; 5:2:12; 5:3:12; 5:4:14; 

6:1:12; 6:2:16-17; 6:3ll4; 6:4:17; 7:1:12; 
7:2:57-58; 7:3:106-107; 7:4:U5; 8:1:U; 8: 
2:67-68; 8:3:120-121; 8:4:202; 9:2:63; 
9:3:110; 9:4:145; 10:1:12; 10:2:66; 10:3: 
127} 10:4:190. 

Teiritories and possessions of the United States. 1:1:9; 1:2:12; 1:3:13,15; 

1:4:U-16; 1:5:21,24,26,28; 1:6:26,31,33; 
1:7:26-31,33; l:lA:21,28-29; l:2A:33,a,43, 
45; 1:3A:24,35,37; l:a:24,39-40,42; 1:5A: 
38,49,50,52; 2:1:23,30-31,33-35,38,40; 
2:2:24,32-34,37; 2:3:25-27,30; 2:4:27,30- 
31,34,36;, 2:5:26,?8-29,31; . 2»6:26,31,33J; 
2:7:28,34-35; 2:8:28,36; 2:9|29,37; 2:10: 
29,39; 2:U:31,40; 2:12:42,51-52; 5:1:12; 
5:2:13; 5:3:13; 5:4:15; 6:1:13; 6:2:17; 
6:3:14-15; 6:4:17-18; 7:1:12-13; 7:2:58; 
7:3:107; 7:4:146; 8:1:16; 8:2:68; 8:3:121; 
8:4:204; 9:1:9; 9:2:64; 9:3:111; 9:4:147; 
10:1:13; 10:2:67; 10:3:128; 10:4:192. 



Parole. (See Arrests - based on fingerprint records - persons paroled) 

Persons charged 

Cities grouped by geographic divisions, 8i3j152-154; 9:1:28-29; 10»1:32- 

33. 

Cities grouped by size. 4:1:12>U; 5:1:21-22; 6:1:25-26; 7:1:25- 

26; 8:1:30-32; 9:1:18-20; 10:1:22-23. 

Cities grouped by size within geographic division. 8:3:154-171; 9:1:30-47; 

10:1:34-51. 

Compared irith offenses knonn and cleared. 

Cities grouped "by size. 3:2:10; 5:1:18; 6:1:21; 7:1:21; 8ili26; 

9:1:U; 10:1:19. 

Cities grouped by states (representing California, Ifichigan, 
Nev Jersey^ Nevr York, CMo and Pennsylvania) 7:2t80. 

Data for individual cities. 1:4:20-22; 1:7:36-38; 6:3:17-18. 

Percentage distribution by offense. 4:1:15; 5:1:22; 6:1:24; 7:1:23; 8:1:29; 

9:1:18; 10:1:21, 

Persons found guilty. 

Conq^ared with offenses known, offenses cleared by arrest and persons 
charged. 8:1:33; 9:1:21; 10:1:25. 

Compared with persons charged (Part II offenses) 8:1:33; 9:1:21; 10:1:25. 

Data for individual cities. 1:4:20-22; 1:7:36-38. 

Persons released, 5:1:23-24; 6:1:29-30; 7:1:28-29; 8tl: 

35-36; 9:1:23-25; 10tl:28-29. 

Data for individual cities. 1:4:20-22; 1:7:37-38. 

Police departoent employees 

Functional distribution of 

Data for individual cities and sumnary tables. 10:2:76-91; 10:4tl79- 

180. 

Hours of shifts for individual cities 4- 10:3:136-149. 



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Police department emploTees (cont.) 
Number fear Individual cities. 



l:7:39-^6j l:Ut31-41; 2:10:40-43; 2:12: 
8-17; 5:1:12-13; 5:2:13-18; 6:1:15; 6:2: 
21-26; 7:2:62-75; 8:2:76-90; 9:2:68-86; 
10:2:81-105. 



Kumber of officers killed by criminals. 9j3»113; 10t2:69. 

Somber per 1,000 inhabitants for geographic divisions within 
population groins. 10:2:74* 

Somber per 1,000 inhabitants for population groups. 2:12:16; 4:1:9; 5:3: 

14; 6:2:20; 7:2:62; 8:2:74; 9:2t71; 10:2: 
73. 

Number per 1,000 inhabitants for states. 6:3:19. 

Relation between, and amount of crime. 6:4:20; 7:2:76; 8:2:72; 9:2:66; 10: 

2:70. 



Police department equipment 
Autcoiotive. 



10:2:76-91; 10:3:130-149; 10:4:179,181-182. 



Poseesslone and territories of the Itoited States, offenses in. (See Offences 
knom to the police) 

Property, value stolen and recovered. (See Value of property stolen and recovered) 

Prosecution, persons held for. (See Persons charged and Persons found guilty) 

Race of offenders. (See Arrests - based on fingerprint records) 

Reoldivism. (See Arrestv - based on fingex>print records - previous convictions 
and previous fingerprint record) 



Reporting area - extent of. 



1:1:1; lJ2tlj 1:3:1-2; 1:4:1-2; 1:5:1-3; 
1:6:1-4; 1:7:7-8,10; l:Ut2-4; l:2Atl-3; 
l:3A:l-4; l:4A:l-4; l:5A:l-4; 2:1:1-3; 
2:2:1-3; 2:3:1-3; 2:412-3; 2:5:1-3; 2i6: 
2-4; 2:7:2-4; 2:8:2-4j 2:9:2-4; 2:10:2-4; 
2:11:2-4; 2:12:2-6; 3llt2-4; 3:2:2-3; 3:3: 
2-3; 3:4:1-3; 4:1:2-3,7; 4:2:2,8; 4:3:2,8; 
4:4:2-3,8,9; 5:1:2-3,7; 5:2:2-3,7; 5:3:2-3, 
7; 5:4:2,9; 6:1:2-3,8; 6:2:2-3,11; 6:3:2-3, 
10} 6:4:2-3,12; 7:1:2-3,8; 7:2:44-45,53; 7: 
3:94-95,102; 7:4:126-127,136; 8:1:2-3,10; 
8:2:52-53,60; 8:3:108-109,116; 8:4:184-185, 
193; 9:1:2; 9:2:53-54,58; 9:3:97-98,103; 
9:4:125-126,135; 10:1:2-3,8; 10:2i57,62} 
10t3:U8,122; 10:4:162-165,176. 



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Riiral criae data. (See Offenses kncfwn to the police) 

Sex of offenders. (See Arrests - based on fingerprint records) 

Sheriffs* reports. (See Offenses known to the police - rural araas) 

Shifts - hours of. (See Police department enqployees) 

Single fingerprint file 

Criminal history of persons therein. 8»4»214-215; 9»4tl56-157. 

State criae rates. (See Offenses known - cities grouped by state) 

State police reports. (See Offenses known to the police - rural areas) 

Territories and possessions of the Itaited States, offenses in. (See 
Offenses known to the police) 

Transient criminals* 9tlt48. 

Trends, annual crLne 

Cities divided by geographic divisions. 7«3tllO-113j 10t4tl72-173. 

Cities divided according to size. 7:2t76-78; 10t4tl71. 

Estiaated total number of major crimes. (See Estimated number of major 
crimes in the United States) 

For individual states. 8:2:62-65) 9:3:105-107. 

Offenses known. 3:1:8-9; 3<2:6; 3*3:5-6; 3:4:6,11-13} 

4:1:5-6; 4:2:5-6; 4:3:6; 4:4:7,10-131 
5:1:5-6; 5:2:6; 5:3:6; 5:4:7,15-19; 
6:1:6-7; 6:2:7-9; 6:3:6-9; 6:4:9-11, 
21-25; 7:1:5-7; 7:2:49-52,76-78; 7:3* 
99-101,110-113; 7:4:131-135; 8:1:6-7; 
8:2:56-57,62-65,91-94; 8:3»113; 8:4: 
190-191; 9:1:5; 9t2:58; 9:3tl01; 9:4i- 
132; 10:1:6; 10:2:60; 10:3:64; 10:4: 
170-173. 

Percentage of offenses cleared by arrest. 4:1:15; 5:1:25; 6:lt31) 7ilt 

31; 8:1:37; 9:1:25; 10ili30. 



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Trends, annual crime (cont.) 

Persons charged compared with offenses known. 9s3slX4. 



Trends, monthly crime. 



Value of property stolen 
Bj type of crime. 



l:2:2j 1:3:2,3,18-19; 1:4:2-3; 1:5:4-7; 
1:6:4-12; 1:7:9-12; l:U:4-6; 1:2A:3-18; 
l:3A:4-7; l:4A:4-6; l:5A:4-20; 2:1:4; 2:2: 
3-4; 2:3:3-4; 2:4:4; 2:5:4-5; 2:6:4-5; 2: 
7:4-5; 2:8:4-5; 2:9:4-5; 2:10:4-6; 2:11: 
4-6; 2:12:6-8j 3:1:4-6; 3:2:5-6; 3:3:4-11; 
3:4:4-13; 4:1:4-5,9-10; 4:2:4-5; 4:3:4-5; 
4:4:4-6,10-14; 5:1:5; 5:2:5; 5:3:5; 5:4: 
5-6,15-19; 6:1:6; 6:2:7; 6:3:6; 6:4:7-8, 
21-25; 7:1:5; 7:2:49; 7:3:99; 7:4:131; 8: 
1:6; 8:2:56; 8:3:112; 8:4:188-189; 9:4: 
130; 10:4:168. 



7:4:149; 8:4:208; 9:4:151; 10:4:197. 



Cities divided by size. 10:4:197. 
Value of property stolen and recovered 



By type of property. 



Cities divided by Size. 



6:1:14; 6:2:19; 6:3:17; 6:4:20; 7:1:15; 
7:2:60; 7:3:109-110; 7:4:147; 8:1:18; 8:2: 
70; 8:3:123; 8:4:206-207; 9:1:11; 9:2:66; 
9:3:113; 9:4:149; 10:1:U; 10:2:69; 10:3: 
130; 10:4:195. 

10:4:195. 



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