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Posted on July 9, 2004
For your convenience, the statistics are provided in Excel and CSV spreadsheet formats. The CSV files, while usable by any spreadsheet software, do not contain the charts. Also, please be aware that CSV files often automatically place a zero as the second number to the right of the decimal (for example, 5.60), so disregard any such zero you see in these files.
Our Crime 1960-present (Excel format, 780 kb, CSV format here, 300kb) and Crime Rankings 1960-present (Excel format, 1.2 MB, CSV format here, 460kb) show crime number and rate data for the country, states and District of Columbia. Below are files for the U.S., states and District separately, showing crime trend and incarceration data as well.
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Crime & Criminal Justice
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