Estimated arrests of all persons  in DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
2008200920102011201220132014
Coverage Indicator98%91%84%71%100%93%91%
Total Arrests9301,203see notessee notes1,3631,2001,048
Violent Crime Index3412851n/an/a
Murder/nonneg. mans.21023
Rape106n/an/a
Robbery06824
Aggravated assault31121374748
Property Crime Index102143191165164
Burglary3252545144
Larceny-theft6378127104114
Motor vehicle theft7128106
Arson01200
Nonindex
Other assaults801429276128
Forgery and counterfeiting5102079
Fraud46291310
Embezzlement00100
Stolen property1622191217
Vandalism1842231610
Weapons4109417
Prostitution/<br>commercialized vice00070
Sex offenses (other)21612n/an/a
Drug abuse violations159125165202160
Gambling00200
Offenses against family5719801028
Driving under influence4954312335
Liquor laws1111833
Drunkenness1828323841
Disorderly conduct82138229163110
Vagrancy741580
All other offenses279247374301268
Curfew and loitering10000
Runaways22001
Total Population26,51526,65326,65626,90026,97127,06527,190
n/a: Beginning in 2013, the FBI broadened the definition of rape, removing the phrase ‘forcible’ from the offense name and description. The new definition of rape is: Penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part of object, or oral penetration by a sex organ or another person, without the consent of the victim. The new definition includes the NIBRS offenses of rape, sodomy, and sexual assault with an object.
Law enforcement agencies may submit data on rape arrests based on either the new or legacy definition of rape. Due to differences in agency reporting practices, estimates for the offenses of ‘rape’ and ‘sex offenses’ are not available after 2012. Additionally, estimates for the Violent Crime Index (which included ‘forcible rape’) are not shown after 2012 as this category is no longer compatible with prior years.
These statistics are estimates that account for missing data and may differ from other published sources.  The county-level files which are the source of this information are not official FBI releases and are being provided for research purposes.
The Coverage Indicator refers to the relative size of the sample from which these estimates are based.  A coverage indicator of 90% means that data covering 10% of the jurisdiction’s population are estimated and that data from 90% of the jurisdiction’s population are based on actual reports.
Only jurisdictions with a coverage indicator at or above 90% are displayed in this application. Click on the Data Coverage tab to find out what years are available for your jurisdiction of interest.
Suggested Citation: Puzzanchera, C. and Kang, W. (2017). Easy Access to FBI Arrest Statistics 1994-2014 Online. Available: http://www.ojjdp.gov/ojstatbb/ezaucr/