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Crime Statistics 2015

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During 2015, total crime in Baltimore County decreased by 4.1 percent compared to the previous five-year average for the same time period.

The 2015 data reflects a significant change in the FBI’s definition of rape. Specifically, the definition has been broadened to include male as well as female victims and to include human trafficking-involuntary servitude, human trafficking-commercial sex acts, and all first and second degree sexual offenses. Largely due to this change, Part I violent crime increased by 8.5 percent compared to the previous five-year average for the same time period.

Part I property crime decreased by 5.1 percent compared to the previous five-year average for the same time period.

This is official data compiled in accordance with the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) System.

Statistical Tables

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Executive Table: Previous Five-Year Average vs. 2015 Crime Statistics
This table compares 2015 crime statistics against the previous five-year average, as well as against yearly crime totals from 2010 through 2014.

Part I Crimes by Precinct
This table compares 2015 Part I crimes in each precinct against the previous five-year average.

Part I Crime Arrests
This table shows the total number of arrests during 2015. It breaks down arrests by crime and compares the number of juvenile versus adult arrests.

Part I Crime Trend
This graph illustrates how crime during 2015 compares to the previous five-year average.

Part I Crime by Precinct
This graph illustrates how Part I crimes in each precinct during 2015 compare to the previous five-year average.

 

 
Revised October 13, 2016         

 

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