Crime Statistics In California

Fifteen years ago, California voters passed the strictest three strikes sentencing law in the nation. It doubled the penalties for second felonies that were serious or violent. The so-called third strike carries a mandatory prison sentence of 25 years to life. Take a look at the crimes committed as of June 2009 that put people behind bars.

  • Crimes Against Persons
  • Drug Crimes
  • Property Crimes
  • Other Crimes

Drug Crimes

Drug crimes

Property Crimes

Property crimes

Other Crimes

other crimes

Crimes Against Persons

Crime against persons

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