Data table for chart 1
Police-reported crime rates, Canada, 1962 to 2011

The title of the graph is "Chart 1 Police-reported crime rates, Canada, 1962 to 2011".
This is a line chart.
There are in total 50 categories in the horizontal axis. The vertical axis starts at 0 and ends at 12,000 with ticks every 2,000 points.
There are 4 series in this graph.
The vertical axis is "rate per 100,000 population".
The units of the horizontal axis are years ranging from 1962 to 2011.
The title of series 1 is " Total".
The minimum value is 2,771.27482107302 occurring in 1962.
The maximum value is 10,341.9366157816 occurring in 1991.
The title of series 2 is " Property crimes".
The minimum value is 1,891.42226766399 occurring in 1962.
The maximum value is 6,160.12532234394 occurring in 1991.
The title of series 3 is " Violent crimes".
The minimum value is 220.771673034494 occurring in 1962.
The maximum value is 1,084.05841672943 occurring in 1992.
The title of series 4 is " Other crimes".
The minimum value is 659.080880374536 occurring in 1962.
The maximum value is 3,122.41695864287 occurring in 1991.

Chart 1
Police-reported crime rates, Canada, 1962 to 2011
Year Total Violent crimes Property crimes Other crimes
rate per 100,000 population
1962 2,771 221 1,891 659
1963 3,022 249 2,047 726
1964 3,245 284 2,146 815
1965 3,199 299 2,091 809
1966 3,511 347 2,258 907
1967 3,850 381 2,484 985
1968 4,336 423 2,826 1,087
1969 4,737 453 3,120 1,164
1970 5,212 481 3,515 1,217
1971 5,311 492 3,649 1,170
1972 5,355 497 3,634 1,224
1973 5,773 524 3,704 1,546
1974 6,388 553 4,151 1,684
1975 6,852 585 4,498 1,769
1976 6,984 584 4,533 1,867
1977 6,971 572 4,466 1,933
1978 7,154 580 4,579 1,995
1979 7,666 610 4,903 2,153
1980 8,343 636 5,444 2,263
1981 8,736 654 5,759 2,322
1982 8,773 671 5,840 2,262
1983 8,470 679 5,608 2,182
1984 8,387 701 5,501 2,185
1985 8,413 735 5,451 2,227
1986 8,727 785 5,550 2,392
1987 8,957 829 5,553 2,575
1988 8,919 868 5,439 2,613
1989 8,892 911 5,289 2,692
1990 9,485 973 5,612 2,900
1991 10,342 1,059 6,160 3,122
1992 10,040 1,084 5,904 3,052
1993 9,538 1,082 5,575 2,881
1994 9,125 1,047 5,257 2,821
1995 9,008 1,009 5,292 2,707
1996 8,932 1,002 5,274 2,656
1997 8,475 993 4,880 2,603
1998 8,093 995 4,569 2,529
1999 7,695 971 4,276 2,449
2000 7,610 996 4,081 2,534
2001 7,592 995 4,004 2,593
2002 7,516 980 3,976 2,560
2003 7,773 978 4,125 2,670
2004 7,601 957 3,976 2,668
2005 7,326 962 3,744 2,620
2006 7,245 968 3,604 2,673
2007 6,899 951 3,331 2,617
2008 6,618 936 3,089 2,593
2009 6,415 922 2,971 2,522
2010 6,139 903 2,792 2,444
2011 5,757 866 2,547 2,317
Note: Information presented in this graph represents data from the UCR Aggregate (UCR1) Survey, and allow for historical comparisons to be made back to 1962. New definitions of crime categories were introduced in 2009 and are only available in the new format back to 1998. As a result, numbers in this graph will not match data released in the new (UCR2) format. Specifically, the definition of violent crime has been expanded. Further, the total number of Criminal Code (excluding traffic violations) does not match in the two sets of tables, as the UCR1 survey included a number of newer traffic violations in the "Other, Other Criminal Code" section, as it did for other types of newer violations.
Source: Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.
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