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Crimes_Against_Society_Incidents_Offense_Category_by_Time_of_Day_2016.xls

Offense Category

by Time of Day, 2016

Time of Day Total
Incidents
1
Offense Category
Animal Cruelty Drug/
Narcotic
Offenses
Gambling
Offenses
Pornography/
Obscene
Material
Prostitution
Offenses
Weapon Law
Violations
Total 902,299 1,126 783,205 696 11,014 10,363 95,895
Total A.M. hours 320,233 416 275,763 186 4,527 2,236 37,105
Midnight–12:59 a.m. 62,857 36 54,640 28 1,049 454 6,650
1 a.m.–1:59 a.m. 44,044 8 38,348 12 147 278 5,251
2 a.m.–2:59 a.m. 33,685 5 29,077 9 93 167 4,334
3 a.m.–3:59 a.m. 21,124 3 18,167 11 72 69 2,802
4 a.m.–4:59 a.m. 12,497 3 10,641 3 77 48 1,725
5 a.m.–5:59 a.m. 8,578 11 7,165 6 89 49 1,258
6 a.m.–6:59 a.m. 8,851 10 7,345 16 129 65 1,286
7 a.m.–7:59 a.m. 13,592 21 11,562 5 223 68 1,713
8 a.m.–8:59 a.m. 22,286 83 18,716 15 830 127 2,515
9 a.m.–9:59 a.m. 26,302 67 22,617 13 598 180 2,827
10 a.m.–10:59 a.m. 32,055 76 27,725 23 629 274 3,328
11 a.m.–11:59 a.m. 34,362 93 29,760 45 591 457 3,416
Total P.M. hours 561,508 649 489,825 475 5,843 7,948 56,768
Noon–12:59 p.m. 37,925 116 32,537 42 913 532 3,785
1 p.m.–1:59 p.m. 39,501 75 34,299 42 671 565 3,849
2 p.m.–2:59 p.m. 43,174 76 37,612 62 633 631 4,160
3 p.m.–3:59 p.m. 45,921 87 40,077 44 704 665 4,344
4 p.m.–4:59 p.m. 47,099 68 41,400 53 538 671 4,369
5 p.m.–5:59 p.m. 44,195 64 38,615 42 450 673 4,351
6 p.m.–6:59 p.m. 43,883 51 38,104 44 428 746 4,510
7 p.m.–7:59 p.m. 46,644 34 40,656 38 366 809 4,741
8 p.m.–8:59 p.m. 50,403 29 43,741 38 385 834 5,376
9 p.m.–9:59 p.m. 53,158 17 46,412 27 316 705 5,681
10 p.m.–10:59 p.m. 54,930 20 48,064 20 256 612 5,958
11 p.m.–11:59 p.m. 54,675 12 48,308 23 183 505 5,644
Unknown Time of Day 20,558 61 17,617 35 644 179 2,022
  • 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.