A list of the most populous U.S. counties and their violent crime rates in 2016.
The data is from the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report, which is published annually by the U.K. Department of Justice.
The report shows the number of reported homicides per 100,000 residents in the U, the most recent year for which comparable data are available.
It’s a ranking of the nation’s most populous counties based on their reported violent crime rate, with counties included based on the percentage of the population reporting at least one violent crime.
For example, in the state of California, the highest violent crime number is found in Orange County, with an annual rate of 1,945 violent crimes per 100-people.
The highest violent county in the nation is the county of Orange, California, which has an annual violent crime-rate of 3,917.
That puts the county in 10th place.
In New York City, the county with the highest number of violent crimes is the borough of Brooklyn, with 1,848.
A look at the violent crime statistics by county for 2016.
Source: FBI Uniform Crime report.
The FBI’s report also shows the average annual income per person in each county.
This measure measures the income of the median person.
It shows how much a person is making, based on average wages for all workers in the county.
The average income of a household in each of the 100 largest U.M. counties in 2016 was $52,841.
The median household income in the city of New York is $59,731.
The median income in each city in the 100 biggest U.C.I. was $50,959.
In the city and the state as a whole, the median income was $49,845.