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The Texas Crime Reports for recent years. The objective of the Texas Arrest Data (XLSX) · Texas Crime . The Texas Crime Report for Chapter 1. The murder rate for Texas in was mur- persons arrested for the crime of murder in Texas . number of persons arrested for robbery increased.
If you delete your cookies, you may also delete your opt-out preferences. In , according to the UCR, law enforcement agencies nationwide made an estimated 14 million arrests for all criminal infractions except traffic violations. Among the specific categories, the highest arrest counts were From to more drug arrests involved heroin or cocaine than other types of drugs.
Since the number of arrests involving marijuana exceeded that for other types of drugs. Many federal agencies are involved in the removal of illicit drugs from the market. Border Patrol as well as maritime seizures made by the U.
Coast Guard. To the top. As of September federal agencies employed about , full-time personnel authorized to make arrests and carry firearms in the 50 states and the District of Columbia, according to data provided by agencies in response to a Bureau of Justice Statistics BJS survey. The DEA employed about 4, officers with the authority to make arrests and carry firearms as of September These DEA agents primarily investigate major narcotics violators, enforce regulations governing the manufacture and dispensing of controlled substances, and perform various other functions to prevent and control drug trafficking.
The FBI employed 12, full-time personnel with arrest and firearm authority. These agents investigate more than types of federal crimes. Of those local agencies with or more officers a large percentage operated a full-time drug enforcement unit in In about 9 in 10 local police departments regularly performed drug enforcement functions. About 5, officers were assigned full time to a drug task force. The average number of officers assigned full time ranged from 39 in departments serving a population of 1 million or more to 1 or 2 in those serving fewer than 50, residents.
An estimated 3, officers were assigned full time to a drug task force. The average number ranged from 9 in sheriffs' offices serving a population of 1 million or more to 1 in those serving fewer than 10, residents. The percentages of full-time large offices with at least one prosecutor serving on a multi-jurisdictional task force were In , at least 8 in 10 departments in each population category of 10, or more administered drug tests in the selection of new officer recruits.
At least 7 in 10 departments serving a population of 2, to 9,, and 6 in 10 departments serving fewer than 2, residents did also. Total correctional population. Local jail inmates and jail facilities. State and federal prisoners and prison facilities. Special populations. Community Corrections Probation and Parole. Capital Punishment. State Court Organization. State Court Caseload Statistics. Prosecutors Offices. Indigent Defense Systems. Tribal courts. Criminal Cases. Civil cases. Civil Rights. Crime Type. Violent Crime. Property Crime.
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