Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Crime Stats 2005

According to Statistics Canada, the crime rate fell in 2005.

"Canada's national crime rate, based on incidents reported to police, fell 5% last year — despite increases in serious crimes such as homicide, attempted murder, serious assaults and robbery. Declines in non-violent offences such as counterfeiting, break-ins and auto thefts accounted for most of the decline in the crime rate, which fell in every province and territory".

"The national crime rate has been relatively stable since 1999, with last year's 5% decrease offsetting a 6% hike in 2003. The crime rate declined during the 1990s, after rising throughout most of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s".

Related post: Family Violence in Canada (July 17, 2006).

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 6:38 pm

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