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Website provides information on crime data 

February 24, 2012

Daily Press file photo - The Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) recently launched a website that acts as a clearinghouse for crime-related information throughout the state, including general information about the types of crimes within certain geographic areas.

Viewing crime statistics online has been made easier with the recent launch of a free, public website by the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency (PCCD) that acts as a clearinghouse for crime-related information from throughout the Commonwealth.
“The launch of this website demonstrates our ongoing commitment to making the work of our justice system transparent and accessible to all Pennsylvanians,” said PCCD Chair Mark Zimmer in a press release. “We recognize that to better manage our limited resources, we must first measure them. PACrimeStats.Info helps us to do just that.”
The site, at www.PACrimeStats.Info, will contain information about crime in a particular community, arrests, offenses, incarcerations, paroles, research, and state and county statistics.

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