The FBI has released data which analyzes violent and non-violent crime in the country. The report breaks down the cases state by state.
In Nebraska, last year there were an estimated 3,944 reported cases of violent crime. That includes 40 murders, 415 forcible rapes, 946 robberies, and 2,543 aggravated assaults.
As for non-violent crimes reported, there were an estimated 33,561 property crime, 5,560 burglaries, and 25,052 larceny/theft cases.
The FBI released figures as “estimated” because not all law enforcement agencies turned in numbers. In Nebraska, 98.1% of agencies reported figures.
In Iowa, 98.7% of law enforcement agencies reported figures.
There were an estimated 5,801 violent crimes reported in Iowa in 2010. Those include 21 murders, 595 forcible rapes, 892 robberies, and 4,293 aggravated assaults. For non-violent crimes, there were an estimated 47,405 property crimes, 10,758 burglaries, and 33,894 larceny/theft cases reported.
For a look at the report, click here.