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Arrests in 2000

Connecticut Superior Court
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Note: This table is no longer being maintained. For later data, see the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data, University of Michigan.

Statistics presented are based on data collected by the FBI as part of its Uniform Crime Reporting Program. These data represent offenses reported to and arrests made by State and local law enforcement agencies as reported to the FBI. These data do not include Federal law enforcement activity. Additionally, not all law enforcement agencies consistently report offense and arrest data to the FBI. Users should refer to the Coverage Indicator for the proportion of the population covered by the agencies reporting to the FBI.

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Item District Connecticut
Total 146,992 118,669
Murder 94 69
Rape 294 214
Robbery 1,265 944
Aggravated Assault 4,569 3,300
Burglary 2,562 2,075
Larceny - theft 14,536 11,888
Motor vehicle thefts 1,195 994
Arson 186 153
Other assaults 17,881 14,889
Forgery & counterfeiting 824 720
Fraud 1,746 1,422
Embezzlement 131 116
Have stolen property 329 294
Vandalism 3,432 2,544
Weapons violations 1,525 1,140
Prostitution and commercial vice 687 582
Sex offenses 699 566
Total drug violations 17,350 13,915
Gambling 53 43
Offenses against family & child 1,836 1,566
Driving under influence 10,130 7,394
Liquor law violations 2,057 1,753
Drunkenness 16 2
Disorderly conduct 19,972 14,452
Vagrancy 62 47
All other offenses except traffic 43,238 37,299
Population 2,902,803 2,572,850
Coverage indicator 100% -

1. The state is divided into 13 judicial circuits but the judges are not divided into counties, there is just one long list of judges with no connection to a specific county. 2. Totals exclude senior judges (14) and judge referees (81). Data provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation to the National Archive of Criminal Justice Data, University of Michigan

Population statistics are based on data provided by the FBI and may differ from similar statistics reported by the Census Bureau. Population statistics generated by the FBI are used to calculate crime rates and to estimate the proportion of the population covered by the UCR program.

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