Instituto Fernand Braudel de Economia Mundial - Associado à FAAP

Results of the 1995-1998 “Ranking” of Coefficients for 10,000 Inhabitants with the Most Police Activity, Taken from the Large Municipalities of São Paulo (with a population above 99,000 inhabitants)

Graphs and trends are presented for four offenses

Author: José Peres Netto | July 1998

This work, developed by the statistical researcher José Peres Netto, creates a ranking of crime in the 60 largest cities of Sao Paulo (excluding the capital). The ranking was developed from the coefficients of 10,000 inhabitants from 1995-98 for four types of crime: homicide, theft, robbery and vehicle theft.

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