Table 23

Offense Analysis
Number and Percent Change, 2005-2006
[12,315 agencies; 2006 estimated population 241,246,715]

Classification   Number of offenses 2006 Percent change from 2005 Percent distribution1 Average value
Murder   13,299 +1.3 -
Forcible rape   72,266 -3.4 -
Robbery: Total 343,282 +8.7 100.0 $1,268
Robbery by location: Street/highway 152,873 +10.5 44.5 980
Commercial house 46,815 +3.5 13.6 1,589
Gas or service station 9,265 +3.5 2.7 1,169
Convenience store 19,121 +6.1 5.6 761
Residence 49,124 +8.0 14.3 1,469
Bank 7,359 +10.5 2.1 4,330
Miscellaneous 58,725 +10.7 17.1 1,389
Burglary: Total 1,734,074 +1.3 100.0 1,834
Burglary by location: Residence (dwelling): 1,147,891 +1.6 66.2 1,823
Residence Night 326,811 +0.3 18.8 1,464
Residence Day 559,967 +3.4 32.3 1,917
Residence Unknown 261,113 -0.3 15.1 2,070
Nonresidence (store, office, etc.): 586,183 +0.7 33.8 1,855
Nonresidence Night 243,844 +0.2 14.1 1,602
Nonresidence Day 186,179 +3.5 10.7 1,804
Nonresidence Unknown 156,160 -1.7 9.0 2,311
Larceny-theft (except motor vehicle theft): Total 5,265,007 -2.7 100.0 855
Larceny-theft by type: Pocket-picking 22,926 +1.4 0.4 443
Purse-snatching 31,873 -3.0 0.6 440
Shoplifting 695,387 -7.2 13.2 194
From motor vehicles (except accessories) 1,396,481 -0.4 26.5 734
Motor vehicle accessories 508,951 -8.5 9.7 522
Bicycles 184,269 -4.8 3.5 263
From buildings 661,217 -2.7 12.6 1,170
From coin-operated machines 28,101 -15.3 0.5 317
All others 1,735,802 -0.2 33.0 1,280
Larceny-theft by value: Over $200 2,235,522 +2.5 42.5 1,938
$50 to $200 1,175,156 -3.1 22.3 111
Under $50 1,854,329 -8.0 35.2 21
Motor vehicle theft   990,261 -3.2 - 6,649

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