Colorado by the Numbers: Littleton -- Crime and Education

SERIOUS CRIMES KNOWN TO POLICE 1991................................        1,677
SERIOUS CRIMES PER 100,000 POPULATION 1991.........................        4,857
FBI POPULATION 1991 (BASE FOR ITEM059).............................       34,529
SERIOUS CRIMES KNOWN TO POLICE PER POLICE OFFICER 1991.............           32
POLICE OFFICERS 1991 (BASE FOR ITEM060)............................           52
SERIOUS CRIMES KNOWN TO POLICE, VIOLENT 1991.......................           80
PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER ENROLLED IN SCHOOL, TOTAL 1990............        8,399
PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL 1990        5,133
PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER ENROLLED IN ELEMENTARY OR HIGH SCHOOL,
  PERCENT PUBLIC 1990..............................................         93.0
PERSONS 3 YEARS AND OVER ENROLLED IN COLLEGE 1990..................        2,462
PERSONS 16 TO 19 YEARS NOT ENROLLED IN SCHOOL AND NOT A HIGH SCHOOL
  GRADUATE 1990....................................................          114
PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER 1990 (3C)................................       22,476
PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER, PERCENT HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE OR HIGHER
  1990.............................................................         89.8
PERSONS 25 YEARS AND OVER, PERCENT WITH BACHELOR'S DEGREE OR HIGHER
  1990.............................................................         35.7
 


Source: County and City Data Book 1994 on CD-ROM. U.S Census Bureau.

Notes: Serious crimes per 100,000 population estimated for 1991 by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Violent crimes includes murder and nonnegligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery, and aggravated assault. Total school enrollment includes preprimary school enrollment, not shown separately. 3C refers to the tape series used by the Census to compile the data.

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