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Title: Crime in Illinois, 1991
Corporate Author: Illinois State Police
Division of Forensic Services and Identification
Bureau of Identification
United States of Am
Date Published: 1992
Page Count: 185
Sponsoring Agency: Illinois State Police
Springfield, IL 62708
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Type: Report (Annual/Periodic)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Statistics on crime in Illinois for 1991 address crime trends, offenses, clearance rate, juvenile and adult arrests, crime rate, hate crime, domestic violence, and police officers killed or assaulted.
Abstract: The introduction describes the Illinois Uniform Crime Reporting Program and data interpretation. The section on crime trends presents statistics on State total Crime Index offenses, Downstate Crime Index offenses, Chicago Police Department Crime Index offenses, and Crime Index Arrests. The section on offense and clearance data covers offense and clearance trends, downstate Illinois, and the Chicago Police Department. Information on adult and juvenile arrest trends is broken down for Downstate Illinois and for Chicago. There are separate Crime Index/crime rate comparisons for police departments, sheriffs' offices, colleges and universities, the Secretary of State, counties, Illinois State Police, hospitals, railroads, park districts, airports, and "other agencies." Separate sections of the report provide statistics on hate crimes, domestic violence, and police officers killed or assaulted. Extensive tables
Main Term(s): Police statistics; Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
Index Term(s): Arrest statistics; Assaults on police; Crime Statistics; Domestic assault; Hate Crimes; Illinois; Offense statistics; Police deaths
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