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1 percent). 2 percent of all larceny-thefts. 7 percent decline. S. 1 percent of the nation’s larceny-thefts. 9 percent. S. 3 percent growth 26 CRIME IN THE UNITED STATES (BERNAN PRESS) in population from 2006 to 2007. 4 percent. 1 percent increase from the 2006 estimate. 8 percent from the 2006 estimate. S. 1 percent growth in population from 2006 to 2007. 4 percent of the nation’s estimated number of larcenythefts took place. 7 percent from 2006 to 2007, dropping to an estimated total of 1,468,489 offenses.

1 percent). 5 percent. 8 percent in nonmetropolitan counties. (Table 12) The UCR Program calculates burglary rates for population groups from the information provided by participating agencies that submitted all 12 months of offense data for the year. 3 offenses per 100,000 inhabitants. 8 incidents per 100,000 inhabitants. 5 incidents per 100,000 inhabitants. 7 per 100,000 inhabitants. (Table 16) Offense Analysis The UCR Program requests that participating law enforcement agencies provide details regarding the nature of burglaries in their jurisdictions, such as type of entry, type of structure, time of day, and dollar loss associated with each offense.

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