Sugarcane Farming in Western part of Kenya
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The visualizations below give a high-level view of crime rates and types throughout the most populated cities in the US, sorted into two categories: Violent crime (Go to Dataset) and property crime (Go to Dataset).
- Chicago remains in the midst of a violent crime epidemic, with overall violent crime rates far higher than those of each of the top ten most populous cities with the exceptions of Houston and Philadelphia.
- As shown in the above chart, the proportion of murders and non-negligent manslaughters is the highest of the four cities shown. Rape is also high compared to New York, L.A. and Houston.
- Chicago’s overall rate of property crimes is far lower than Houston’s, and is nearly half of San Antonio’s.