Crime and Victimization Fact Sheets

The information presented in the Crime and Victimization Fact Sheets reflects the findings in the sources cited for each topic. For more information about a data point, click the PDF text or graphic to follow a hyperlink to the source material. The fact sheets use best available data as of January 2016. The latest Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) study, Criminal Victimization, 2014, is available online at www.bjs.gov. The latest FBI statistics, Crime in the United States, 2014, and additional statistical tables are available online at www.fbi.gov.

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Crime and Victimization in the United States
Crime and Victimization in the United States
PDF (156 kb)
Crime Trends
Crime Trends
PDF (196 kb)
Assault
Assault
PDF (309 kb)
Burglary, Theft, Robbery
Burglary, Theft, Robbery
PDF (356 kb)
Child, Youth, and Teen Victimization
Child, Youth, and Teen Victimization
PDF (530 kb)
Crimes against Persons with Disabilities
Crimes against Persons with Disabilities
PDF (423 kb)
Driving Under the Influence
Driving Under the Influence
PDF (284 kb)
Elder Abuse
Elder Abuse
PDF (282 kb)
Financial Crime
Financial Crime
PDF (288 kb)
Hate and Bias Crime
Hate and Bias Crime
PDF (380 kb)
Homicide
Homicide
PDF (331 kb)
Homicide
Human Trafficking
PDF (344 kb)
Intimate Partner Violence
Intimate Partner Violence
PDF (306 kb)
Mass Casualty Shootings
Mass Casualty Shootings
PDF (274 kb)
School and Campus Crime
School and Campus Crime
PDF (403 kb)
Sexual Violence
Sexual Violence
PDF (403 kb)
Stalking
Stalking
PDF (329 kb)
Urban and Rural Crime
Urban and Rural Crime
PDF (388 kb)
Workplace Violence
Workplace Violence
PDF (254 kb)