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NCJ Number: 134852 Find in a Library
Title: Dallas Police Department Statistical Report, 1990
Corporate Author: Dallas Police Dept
United States of America
Date Published: 1991
Page Count: 36
Sponsoring Agency: Dallas Police Dept
Dallas, TX 75201
Type: Statistics
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This statistical report of the Dallas Police Department contains an organizational chart, bureau and division statistics, a crime and jail summary, and an index crime report.
Abstract: The bureaus whose statistics are presented in this report include the Criminal Investigation Bureau, Special Investigations Bureau, Office of Professional Standards, Special Operations Bureau, Human Resources Bureau, Support Services Bureau, and Administration Services Bureau. In addition, there are tables presenting figures of actual offenses committed in each of the patrol divisions (Central, Northeast, Southeast, Southwest, Northwest, North Central). The Index Crime Report section graphs and tabulates arrests for index crimes and jail arrest totals and describes the setting, victim, suspect, weapons, and clearance rates for each index crime.
Main Term(s): Crime Statistics; Police annual reports
Index Term(s): Index crimes; Texas
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