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Crimes_Against_Persons_Incidents_Offense_Category_by_Time_of_Day_2016.xls

Offense Category

by Time of Day, 2016

Time of Day Total
Incidents
1
Offense Category
Assault
Offenses
Homicide
Offenses
Human
Trafficking
Offenses
Kidnapping/
Abduction
Sex Offenses Sex Offenses,
Nonforcible
Total 1,202,341 1,097,545 4,830 183 16,640 78,088 5,055
Total A.M. hours 422,778 380,379 2,002 53 6,267 31,961 2,116
Midnight–12:59 a.m. 71,525 61,250 367 9 1,070 8,208 621
1 a.m.–1:59 a.m. 45,335 41,998 264 2 654 2,329 88
2 a.m.–2:59 a.m. 37,552 34,521 232 2 550 2,174 73
3 a.m.–3:59 a.m. 26,806 24,353 174 4 503 1,720 52
4 a.m.–4:59 a.m. 18,349 16,653 133 2 319 1,215 27
5 a.m.–5:59 a.m. 14,385 13,090 103 0 250 908 34
6 a.m.–6:59 a.m. 16,107 14,672 101 0 291 1,011 32
7 a.m.–7:59 a.m. 23,730 21,839 85 1 378 1,345 82
8 a.m.–8:59 a.m. 37,922 33,014 137 10 536 3,906 319
9 a.m.–9:59 a.m. 38,653 34,781 110 8 562 2,933 259
10 a.m.–10:59 a.m. 44,324 40,170 140 10 582 3,156 266
11 a.m.–11:59 a.m. 48,090 44,038 156 5 572 3,056 263
Total P.M. hours 751,325 694,905 2,689 91 10,012 41,021 2,607
Noon–12:59 p.m. 59,368 52,617 188 11 779 5,358 415
1 p.m.–1:59 p.m. 50,740 46,292 152 9 629 3,389 269
2 p.m.–2:59 p.m. 55,193 50,408 162 4 645 3,704 270
3 p.m.–3:59 p.m. 61,863 56,557 181 10 831 4,013 271
4 p.m.–4:59 p.m. 63,630 58,826 168 10 814 3,546 266
5 p.m.–5:59 p.m. 64,815 60,211 200 5 933 3,251 215
6 p.m.–6:59 p.m. 67,925 63,305 260 11 1,071 3,085 193
7 p.m.–7:59 p.m. 67,561 63,609 229 7 804 2,750 162
8 p.m.–8:59 p.m. 70,032 65,537 264 7 860 3,197 167
9 p.m.–9:59 p.m. 68,251 63,980 317 8 934 2,885 127
10 p.m.–10:59 p.m. 64,997 60,629 303 5 874 3,067 119
11 p.m.–11:59 p.m. 56,950 52,934 265 4 838 2,776 133
Unknown Time of Day 28,238 22,261 139 39 361 5,106 332
  • 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.