2006 - 2008 Crime in the United States (Data.gov)

Data

Published by: Government of the United States of America
Categories: Science & Statistics
Date added: 10/26/2010
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Extraction of offense, arrest, and clearance data as well as law enforcement staffing information from the FBI's Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program.

Service root URL

https://api.datamarket.azure.com/data.gov/Crimes/v1/

This service supports both fixed and flexible query. Some queries may include required input parameters. (learn more about query types)

CityCrime

Input parameters:

Name Sample values Type Required
ROWID Int32
State String
City String
Year Int32

Results:

Name Type
ROWID Int32
State String
City String
Year Int32
Population Int32
ViolentCrime Int32
MurderAndNonEgligentManslaughter Int32
ForcibleRape Int32
Robbery Int32
AggravatedAssault Int32
PropertyCrime Int32
Burglary Int32
LarcenyTheft Int32
MotorVehicleTheft Int32
Arson Int32

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