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Title: Crime in Illinois, 1994
Corporate Author: Illinois State Police
Division of Admin
Bureau of Identification
United States of America
Editor(s): L A Grubb; T A Freeman; W L Kaidell
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 188
Sponsoring Agency: Illinois State Police
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Illinois State Police
Division of Admin
Bureau of Identification
726 South College
P.O. Box 3677
Springfield, IL 62708
United States of America
Type: Statistics
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This report presents 1994 data for the Illinois Uniform Crime Reports (UCR).
Abstract: Following a UCR mission statement, an introduction discusses the Illinois UCR Program, considerations for interpretation, reporting agencies, agencies in noncompliance, the Crime Index, the crime rate, and the classification of Crime Index offenses. Section I focuses on crime trends, State total Crime Index offenses, downstate Crime Index offenses, and Chicago Police Department Crime Index offenses. The Crime Index total for 1994 was 664,390, compared to 661,386 in 1993. There were 126,101 violent crimes in 1994 compared to 125,381 in 1993, and property crimes reached 538,289 in 1994 compared to 536,005 in 1993. Section II presents Crime Index offense/crime rate data for the State as a whole and as reported by various law enforcement and security agencies, including police departments, sheriffs offices, colleges and universities, the Secretary of State, counties, the State police, hospitals, railroads, park districts, airports, and "other agencies." Section III presents crime data by metropolitan statistical areas. Data on police officers killed and information on law enforcement employment are provided in Section IV. Appended 1993/1994 Crime Index Comparison Form
Main Term(s): Police statistics
Index Term(s): Crime Statistics; Illinois; Offense statistics; Police deaths; Police personnel; Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program
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