Changes in Crime & Incarceration Rates (2002-2012)
California: Crime ▼-20% Incarceration ▼-22%
Oregon: Crime ▼-29% Incarceration ▲+11%
Washington: Crime ▼-23% Incarceration ▼-0%
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Arizona: Crime: ▼-38% Incarceration ▲+14%
Utah: Crime ▼-28% Incarceration ▲+4%
Idaho: Crime ▼-31% Incarceration ▲+8%
Wyoming: Crime ▼-30% Incarceration ▲+9%
Montana: Crime ▼-19% Incarceration ▼-1%
Nebraska: Crime ▼-29% Incarceration ▲+8%
New Mexico: Crime ▼-18% Incarceration ▲+2%
North Dakota: Crime ▼-6% Incarceration ▲+32%
Minnesota: Crime ▼-21% Incarceration ▲+30%
Louisiana: Crime ▼-21% Incarceration ▲+12%
Arkansas: Crime ▼-1% Incarceration ▲+3%
Illinois: Crime ▼-26% Incarceration ▲+12%
Indiana: Crime ▼-10% Incarceration ▲+26%
Florida: Crime ▼-31% Incarceration ▲+16%
Alabama: Crime ▼-12% Incarceration ▲+6%
North Carolina: Crime ▼-21% Incarceration ▲+3%
Tennessee: Crime ▼-20% Incarceration ▲+2%
Kentucky: Crime ▼-5% Incarceration ▲+29%
Ohio: Crime ▼-17% Incarceration ▲+11%
Pennsylvania: Crime ▼-12% Incarceration ▲+22%
Maine: Crime ▼-1% Incarceration ▲+3%
Alaska: Crime ▼-23% Incarceration ▲+1%
Texas: Crime ▼-27% Incarceration ▼-13%
Colorado: Crime ▼-31% Incarceration ▼-6%
Kansas: Crime ▼-15% Incarceration ▼-1%
Oklahoma: Crime ▼-18% Incarceration ▼-3%
Missouri: Crime ▼-18% Incarceration ▼-2%
Iowa: Crime ▼-26% Incarceration ▼-1%
Wisconsin: Crime ▼-16% Incarceration ▼-9%
Michigan: Crime ▼-23% Incarceration ▼-12%
Mississippi: Crime ▼-26% Incarceration ▼-3%
Georgia: Crime ▼-16% Incarceration ▼-2%
South Carolina: Crime ▼-17% Incarceration ▼-17%
Virginia: Crime ▼-25% Incarceration ▼-2%
New York: Crime ▼-17% Incarceration ▼-20%
Nevada: Crime ▼-24% Incarceration ▼-5%
Maryland: Crime ▼-32% Incarceration ▼-15%
Delaware: Crime ▼-1% Incarceration ▼-1%
New Jersey: Crime ▼-23% Incarceration ▼-19%
Connecticut: Crime ▼-20% Incarceration ▼-18%
Rhode Island: Crime ▼-21% Incarceration ▼-1%
Massachusetts: Crime ▼-17% Incarceration ▼-15%
New Hampshire: Crime ▲+13% Incarceration ▲10%
Vermont: Crime ▲+0% Incarceration ▲+13%
West Virginia: Crime ▲+7% Incarceration ▲+51%
South Dakota: Crime ▲4% Incarceration ▲15%
Hawaii: Crime ▼-45% Incarceration ▼-11%
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