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City Crime Rankings 2009-2010

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388 pages | CQ Press
Get the full list of rankings! Click here.Press Release and Media Contact Click here.Find out how your community fares in the fight against crime. The list of crime rate rankings is just the beginning! City Crime Rankings is a 388 page publication featuring 90 easy-to-use tables of city and metropolitan area crime data. Published annually for sixteen years, City Crime Rankings is a staple resource for researchers, city and law enforcement officials, and the news media that follow trends in crime. This new edition provides easy-to-understand crime comparisons for cities and metro areas throughout the United States.Numbers, rates and trends for total crime, violent crime, murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, property crime, burglary, larceny-theft and motor vehicle theft are presented in both alphabetical and rank order for all metro areas and cities of 75,000 or more population. Also included are numbers and rates of police in cities. Americans want to know about crime in their communities. City Crime Rankings 2009-2010 provides this essential information in one comprehensive, user-friendly volume.

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Kathleen O'Leary Morgan

Kathleen O’Leary Morgan holds a master’s degree in public administration and has served in a number of media and legislative liaison positions with the U.S. Department of Transportation, where she was also deputy director of congressional affairs. More About Author

Scott Morgan

Scott Morgan is an attorney who served as chief counsel to Senator Bob Dole’s 1988 presidential campaign. More About Author

Rachel Boba Santos

Rachel Boba Santos is a professor at Radford University in the Department of Criminal Justice. She works with police departments and crime analysts. She conducts experimental and applied research on place-based and offender-based police crime reduction strategies, stratified policing, crime analysis, community engagement, and police use of force. More About Author

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