National Data

National offense data

Table 1–Crime in the United States, by Volume and Rate per 100,000 Inhabitants, 1991–2010

Table 1A–Crime in the United States, Percent Change in Volume and Rate per 100,000 Inhabitants for 2 years, 5 years, and 10 years

Table 2–Crime in the United States, by Community Type, 2010

Table 7–Offense Analysis, United States, 2006–2010

This representation of crime data shows the relative frequency of how often violent and property crime offenses occurred in 2010.  (Note that the Crime clock should not be taken to imply regularity in the commission of crime. The Crime Clock represents the annual ratio of crime to fixed time intervals.) Every 25.3 seconds a violent crime was committed.  A murder occurred every 35.6 minutes, a forcible rape every 6.2 minutes, a robbery every 1.4 minutes, and an aggravated assault every 40.5 seconds.  A property crime offense was committed every 3.5 seconds.  A burglary offense occurred every 14.6 seconds, a larceny-theft every 5.1 seconds, and a motor vehicle theft every 42.8 seconds.

Other national data:
National clearance data
National arrest data
National police employee data