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Crimes_Against_Persons_Incidents_Offense_Category_by_Time_of_Day_2015.xls

Offense Category

by Time of Day, 2015

Time of Day Total
Incidents
1
Offense Category
Assault
Offenses
Homicide
Offenses
Human
Trafficking
Offenses
Kidnapping/
Abduction
Sex Offenses Sex Offenses,
Nonforcible
Total 1,138,612 1,043,405 4,189 83 15,066 70,788 5,081
Total A.M. hours 398,932 360,070 1,746 19 5,824 29,226 2,047
Midnight–12:59 a.m. 67,439 58,236 295 4 977 7,342 585
1 a.m.–1:59 a.m. 44,742 41,509 264 0 654 2,206 109
2 a.m.–2:59 a.m. 37,180 34,294 228 0 560 2,040 58
3 a.m.–3:59 a.m. 25,714 23,498 131 0 443 1,588 54
4 a.m.–4:59 a.m. 17,361 15,845 108 1 308 1,055 44
5 a.m.–5:59 a.m. 13,442 12,223 87 0 264 844 24
6 a.m.–6:59 a.m. 14,672 13,409 77 0 264 886 36
7 a.m.–7:59 a.m. 21,812 20,023 94 2 345 1,244 104
8 a.m.–8:59 a.m. 34,826 30,339 99 8 495 3,549 336
9 a.m.–9:59 a.m. 35,605 32,026 87 0 467 2,790 235
10 a.m.–10:59 a.m. 41,207 37,412 151 3 509 2,896 236
11 a.m.–11:59 a.m. 44,932 41,256 125 1 538 2,786 226
Total P.M. hours 712,771 661,413 2,330 58 8,906 37,333 2,731
Noon–12:59 p.m. 55,668 49,605 142 10 619 4,838 454
1 p.m.–1:59 p.m. 47,375 43,354 157 2 539 3,064 259
2 p.m.–2:59 p.m. 51,960 47,590 135 2 625 3,349 259
3 p.m.–3:59 p.m. 58,763 53,927 141 7 743 3,634 311
4 p.m.–4:59 p.m. 59,443 54,984 160 2 751 3,303 243
5 p.m.–5:59 p.m. 61,616 57,538 178 4 789 2,900 207
6 p.m.–6:59 p.m. 63,943 59,741 180 4 941 2,902 175
7 p.m.–7:59 p.m. 64,696 61,017 213 4 761 2,534 167
8 p.m.–8:59 p.m. 66,642 62,532 222 14 825 2,870 179
9 p.m.–9:59 p.m. 65,457 61,489 271 3 790 2,731 173
10 p.m.–10:59 p.m. 62,288 58,325 274 4 838 2,692 155
11 p.m.–11:59 p.m. 54,920 51,311 257 2 685 2,516 149
Unknown Time of Day 26,909 21,922 113 6 336 4,229 303
  • 1In the National Incident-Based Reporting System, an incident may include more than one offense type, and the time of day is collected at the incident level, not for each offense within an incident. Therefore, multiple-offense incidents were counted more than once in order to attribute them to each associated offense category and time frame.