Edmonton's Citizen Dashboard

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Statistics Canada's Crime Severity Index of the top 20 largest Canadian Cities. The Crime Severity Index (CSI) assesses the severity of criminality by measuring both the volume of police-reported criminal incidents and weighting for more severe crime, while factoring for the level of population. The CSI is indexed to equal 100 in Canada for the year 2006. Source: Statistics Canada, tables 252-0083 to 252-0090; 2011 Census.
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eps, edmonton police service, police, police statistics, police data, eps statistics, crime data, crime statistics, crime severity index, crime severity index across canada, police comparison, crime severity, crime trends
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City_or_Region
city_or_region
1998
csi_1998
1999
csi_1999
2000
csi_2000
2001
csi_2001
2002
csi_2002
2003
csi_2003
2004
csi_2004
2005
csi_2005
2006
csi_2006
2007
csi_2007
2008
csi_2008
2009
csi_2009
2010
csi_2010
2011
csi_2011
2012
csi_2012
2013
csi_2013
2014
csi_2014
2015
csi_2015
2016
_2016
2017
_2017

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