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I. estimates 152,934 reported and unreported arrests for motor vehicle theft occurred in 2003. Motor vehicle theft includes the theft or attempted theft of a self-propelled vehicle. Excludes motorboats, construction equipment, airplanes and farming equipment. See important note at beginning of this chapter. **Not available. I. for 12 months in 2003. These rates based on population estimates for areas under the jurisdiction of those agencies reporting. I. 6 arrests per 100,000 population. See important note at beginning of this chapter.

These rates based on population estimates for areas under the jurisdiction of those agencies reporting. I. 6 arrests per 100,000 population. See important note at beginning of this chapter. **Not available. I. for 12 months in 2003. I. estimates 167,972 reported and unreported arrests for weapons violations occurred in 2003. Weapons violations include illegal carrying and possession. See important note at beginning of this chapter. **Not available. I. for 12 months in 2003. These rates based on population estimates for areas under the jurisdiction of those agencies reporting.

I. for 12 months in 2003. These rates based on population estimates for areas under the jurisdiction of those agencies reporting. I. 1 arrests per 100,000 population. See important note at beginning of this chapter. **Not available. I. for 12 months in 2003. I. estimates 91,546 reported and unreported arrests for sex offenses occurred in 2003. Excludes forcible rape, prostitution and commercialized vice. Includes statutory rape and offenses against chastity, common decency, morals and the like.

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