Reports on the Most Recent Austin Crime Statistics

Share Article releases comprehensive breakdown of the most recent Austin crime statistics for both violent crime and property crime across the city and surrounding areas.

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Home Security and Crime Statistic Resource, the web's largest and most comprehensive home security website, has just collected and released the most recent Austin crime statistics that are currently available. The data listed below includes statistics for the entire geographical area of Austin, TX as well as the surrounding areas.

The Austin crime statistics report also includes a comparison to the 2009 crime rates. Many of which show that crime in Austin has increased over the past few years.
Aggravated Assault
Most Recent - 265     /     2009 Statistics - 283
Most Recent - 12        /     2009 Statistics - 10
Most Recent - 861     /     2009 Statistics - 847
Motor Vehicle Theft
Most Recent - 280     /     2009 Statistics - 243
Most Recent - 7         /     2009 Statistics - 4
Most Recent - 35     /     2009 Statistics - 29
Most Recent - 188     /     2009 Statistics - 249
Most Recent - 3309    /        2009 Statistics - 3302

The reporting shows diversity in specific upward and downward trends of the occurrence of crimes in Austin, TX. However, overall both violent crimes and property crimes show an increase in occurrences. It is worth noting that during the time periods listed above Austin has seen a significant growth in population which could be contributing to the increased number of crimes committed.

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