National Crime Reports are collected by the FBI every month.
They contain statistics on crimes in each state and each of the territories and they give an overview of crime in the US as a whole.
To get a sense of what is happening in the United States and its surrounding regions, we asked the experts who work in the field to give us their take on the data.
Here’s what they had to say.1.
The crime rate in the U.S. isn’t growing at a rate that you would expect.
The latest data from the FBI showed that the total number of crimes in the country increased by 0.1% in the first nine months of this year.
This is a good sign, but the number of incidents isn’t rising as fast as you would hope, said Matthew Stengel, a criminologist at the University of Chicago.2.
We’ve seen a slight increase in reported crimes, but not enough to really cause concern.
In the past, the FBI has said that the crime rate would drop in response to more reporting and reporting by law enforcement agencies, which would help to reduce the number and severity of crimes.
This year, however, the numbers have actually risen in a small number of jurisdictions, Stengels said.3.
If we look at the national statistics, there is some correlation between the national crime rate and local crime rates, but it’s not enough.
For example, crime rates in the South are lower than in the Northeast and West, and crime rates are higher in the Midwest and South than in many other parts of the country.
This means that crime is being committed more frequently in certain areas of the nation.
For instance, the crime in New York City is more than five times higher than it was in 2001, according to the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU.4.
We can’t assume that crime in cities is increasing in the same way that it is in other parts.
Stenges says that the data does not show that crime has increased in cities across the country as much as in the suburbs.
He said that some crime is happening less in certain parts of cities than others, for instance, in the Southeast and in rural areas in some of the states.5.
You could argue that crime rates across the US have decreased in recent years, but that doesn’t mean the crime is going down.
There are still reports of robberies and burglaries happening at alarming rates.
According to the FBI, there were 1,072,000 reports of property crime in 2016, up from 1,006,000 in 2015.
And while the overall crime rate is down, there are a lot of crimes that don’t get reported to law enforcement.
There were 776,000 violent crimes reported in 2016 — down from 797,000 the previous year, according the Brennan Institute.6.
In fact, the national rate of violent crime is the highest in at least three decades.
That is partly due to the increase in arrests and prosecutions in the last year, and the fact that violent crime rates have risen.
According the Brennan institute, the overall rate of violence crimes in 2016 was 2.3 per 100,000 people, up slightly from 2.1 in 2015, but still a significant increase.7.
Violent crime has dropped nationwide, but there is a lot more going on in certain communities than you might think.
In 2016, there was more than 690,000 murders in the nation, but this is only a fraction of the total murders reported in the past five years.
The Brennan Center noted that in 2016 there were 624,000 homicides, but only a third of the homicides were reported.
In addition, there have been a lot fewer murders in rural America than in urban America, where there were nearly 3,000 more homicides in 2016.8.
We should be worried about the rising number of murders in urban areas, but we don’t have a lot to worry about in the more rural areas.
There have been more than 8,000 crimes reported there in 2016 in which at least one person was killed, and those were primarily in the Chicago area.9.
It’s important to remember that the national population has changed a lot in the two decades since crime began to decline.
According a recent report from the Brennan National Institute, the number in 2016 had been 1.3 million, and it was estimated that crime would be down to about 2.5 million by 2020.10.
Some experts say that the increase is more due to a larger population and a larger prison population than it is a result of a decline in crime.
Stensl says that while there has been a drop in the number incarcerated in recent decades, the prison population has also decreased.
He says that even with the reduction in the prison system, crime has continued to go up.11.
The trend is not as much about the prison as it is about increased crime in other areas of our society.
While the prison populations have