Crime & Public Safety

  1. Crimes Reported
  2. Prison Admissions
SourceWashington State Statistical Analysis Center: Criminal Justice Data Book
Data TableCrime and Public Safety
ExplanationThe National Incident Based Reporting System (NIBRS) groups crimes into three categories:
  • Person crimes, such as assault and manslaughter
  • Property crimes, such as robbery and extortion
  • Society Crimes, such as drug and weapons violations
In Thurston County, property crimes make up the largest proportion of reported incidents (nearly 75%), followed by person crimes (nearly 20%).

Prison admissions in Thurston County have increased significantly since 1990 and have fluctuated since 2004. Spikes in prison admissions occurred in 2004 (414), 2009 (426), and 2017 (382).

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