fbi-crime-in-the-u-s

Using the FBI’s Crime in the United States 2016report under Offenses known to Law Enforcementclick on Violent Crime and find Table #2 titled “Crime in the United States by Region, Geographic Division, and State, 2015-16.” From Table #2, 1) find and record the region (one of the following: Northeast, Midwest, South, or West) which had the highest “Violent crime,” “Rate per 100,000 in 2016″ and 2) record that crime rate. Again from Table #2, 3) find and record the region (one of the following: Northeast, Midwest, South, or West) that had the lowest “Violent crime,” “Rate per 100,000” in 2016, and 4) record that crime rate. Next, find Table #20 titled “Arrests by Age, 2016” (Hint: start from the homepage and use Persons Arrested link). From Table #20, 5) find and record the percentage of people arrested “Ages under 15,” and 6) find and record the percentage of people arrested aged “65 and older.” Again, from Table #20, 7) find and record the age with the largest percentage arrested between the ages of 15 to 24. Finally from Table #20, 8) find and name the “Offense charged” (excluding “all other offenses except traffic”) with the largest number of arrests. Lastly, find Table #1 titled “Crime in the United States by Volume and Rate per 100,000 inhabitants, 1997-2016.” Using Table #1, 9) did the overall “violent crime rate” increase or decrease over those twenty years?
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