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FBI: Violent Crime Fell In 2011

October 29, 2012
Violent crimes and property crimes reported to police in 2011 fell 3.8% and 0.5% respectively, according to finalized FBI data released Monday. The report came in direct conflict with federal Bureau of Justice Statistics reporting that violent crime jumped by about 18%, and property crimes rose by 11% in 2011.

FBI: Crime Rates Fell In 2011

June 12, 2012
Violent crime and property crime reported by law enforcement fell again in 2011, according to preliminary data released released by the FBI. When compared to 2010, violent crime fell 4%, and property crime dropped 0.8%.

Calif. Agency Urges Residents To Document Property Online

January 7, 2011
The Santa Maria (Calif.) Police Department is recommending its residents use ReportIt from LeadsOnline to keep track of valuables such as phones, computers, jewelry and other personal items to help them track down stolen property faster.

Online Tool Helps Indiana Agency Solve Residential Burglaries

December 3, 2010
LeadsOnline, a nationwide online system that records secondhand transactions, kept a record of the reported stolen items and alerted the police when several of the items turned up at a secondhand store. The information led police to one of the individuals involved in the theft ring.

Texas Detectives Use Online Database to Locate Murder Suspect

September 23, 2010
Huntsville detectives entered the name of a suspect in the murder of a 17-year-old girl into LeadsOnline, a database used to track stolen goods. Only days later, the suspect was apprehended in Iowa after police followed a lead using information acquired from the database.

South Carolina Man Gets 60 Years for Copper Thefts

March 13, 2009
Prosecutors said Jackie Anderson Jr. took plumbing and air conditioner parts, mostly from low-income housing. They said the thefts did nearly $200,000 worth of damage to get about $5,000 of copper.

Theft from Cars

February 1, 2008

Thefts from cars usually involve a small amount of property value, but put a large strain on police resources. These thefts increase citizens' fear of crime and diminish the public confidence in their police.

Property Crime and Pawnshops: Correlation or Coincidence?

May 1, 2000

When pawn lobbyists convinced a Florida Sate senator to sponsor the 1996 Florida Pawnbroking Act, it appeared to many law enforcement officials that regulation of the industry was being significantly compromised.

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