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Where Thompson ranks

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Types of crime contributing to

Thompson's ranking in the Crime Severity Index for 2011

Disturbing the peace3,447

Mischief1,249

Common assault522

Failing to comply with court order490

Theft under $5,000170

Uttering threats153

Assault with a weapon/cause bodily harm140

Breach of probation119

Break-and-enter84

Drug trafficking51

Fraud44

Sex assault43

Robbery24

Murder2

Top 5 Cities In Stats Canada Crime Severity Index, 2011

(Of 239 Canadian cities with

population over 10,000)

VIOLENT CRIME:

1. Thompson

2. North Battleford, Sask.

3. Prince Albert, Sask.

4. Williams lake, B.C.

5. Fort St. John, B.C.

NON-VIOLENT CRIME:

1. North Battleford, Sask.

2. Thompson

3. Yellowknife, NWT

4. Portage La Prairie

5. Williams Lake, B.C.

OVERALL CRIME

1. North Battleford, Sask.

2. Thompson

3. Yellowknife, NWT

4. Prince Albert, Sask.

5. Williams Lake, B.C.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 27, 2013 D9

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