Proportion of Reported Criminal Offenses Cleared by Arrest or Exception Means in the US, 2015

"• In the nation in 2016, 45.6 percent of violent crimes and 18.3 percent of property crimes were cleared by arrest or exceptional means.
"• When considering clearances of violent crimes, 59.4 percent of murder offenses, 53.3 percent of aggravated assault offenses, 40.9 percent of rape offenses (legacy definition), 36.5 percent of rape offenses (revised definition), and 29.6 percent of robbery offenses were cleared. (Please note, the legacy and revised UCR definitions for rape can be accessed in Offense Definitions.)
"• Among property crimes, 20.4 percent of larceny-theft offenses, 13.3 percent of motor vehicle theft offenses, and 13.1 percent of burglary offenses were cleared.
"• In 2016, 20.8 percent of arson offenses were cleared by arrest or exceptional means."

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"Crime in the United States 2016 - Offenses Cleared," FBI Uniform Crime Report (Washington, DC: US Dept of Justice, September 2017), pp. 2-3
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