The Great American Crime Decline Franklin E. Zimring Professor of Law University of California, Berkeley
Figure 1.1 Homicide Rate (NVSS), 1950-2002 Source: National Center for Health Statistics. 2005. Health, United States, 2005 . Hyattsville, Maryland.
Figure 1.2 Everything Goes Down in the 1990s Source: United States Department of Justice. 1990,2000. Uniform Crime Report. Washington, DC.
Figure 5.1. National Level Crime Rate Declines, Canada and U.S. 1990-2000 Sources: Uniform Crime Reports 1990 and 2000 (U.S.), Statistics Canada (Canada)
Figure 5.17. Imprisonment Rates, United States and Canada; 1980 = 100. Source: Statistics Canada (Canada) and Bureau of Justice Statistics (United States)
Figure 5.18 Police Officers in Canada and Police Officers per 100 Population in Canada, by Year 1980-2000. Source: Statistics Canada
Figure 5.23. Homicide Trends after 1961 in the United States and Canada. Source: Professor Anthony Doob Canada, 1961: 1.28 = 100 United States, 1961: 4.8 per 100,000 = 100
Figure 6.1 Percentage Declines in New York City and the Rest of Reporting Areas in the United States, 1990-2000, Seven “Index” Offenses. Source: U.S. Department of Justice, FBI, Uniform Crime Reports 1990 and 2000
Figure 6.2. New York Index Crime Rates, Percentage Decline in 2000 from Mean Rate, 1980-1989. Source: U.S. Department of Justice, Uniform Crime Reports, New York City data for 2000 and 1980-1989.