Crime in America 2014

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On February 18, 2014, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released preliminary crime statistics for the first six months of 2013. Today Law Street analyzes and brings important context and perspective to this raw data in order to bring you emerging trends. When the full-year data is published by the FBI in the fall, we will publish new coverage, including our annual Top 10 Safest and Most Dangerous Cities rankings. Please refer to Crime in America 2013 for the most recent definitive rankings and full-year coverage. Check back with Crime in America 2014 as we continue to dig into the emerging trends in crime across the country.

Preliminary 2013 Trends
Latest FBI Data is Mixed Bag for Top 10 Safest Cities
New FBI Data Shows Crime Dropping; Some Top 10 Dangerous Defy Trend
New FBI Data for Dangerous Mid-Sized Cities: Crime Drops, Flint Stands Out

Crime Drops 20 Percent in St. Louis; Hot-Spot Policing Credited
Infographic: Crime Dropping Across the US
Latest Data Shows Violent Crime Across America is Down
Redefining Rape: The FBI’s Latest Statistics

Prior Year Coverage
Crime in America 2013

Chelsey D. Goff
Chelsey D. Goff was formerly Chief People Officer at Law Street. She is a Granite State Native who holds a Master of Public Policy in Urban Policy from the George Washington University. She’s passionate about social justice issues, politics — especially those in First in the Nation New Hampshire — and all things Bravo. Contact Chelsey at



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