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  • New Haven crime real, danger ranking is not

    [Excerpt] As a municipality, New Haven is highly unusual: Despite being home to 80,000 jobs, it is so small in land area that most of its working residents are employed in other towns, and vice versa. When comparing places, good researchers define a city not as a municipality, but as the place where, by standard methodology, the majority of people live, work and shop.

    Jun. 3, 2011

    Public Safety

  • Connecticut Traffic Accident Facts 2008

    The data in this report comes from accident reports filed with the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Additional factors such as alcohol, tractor-trailers, pedestrians, and motorcycles are noted as well. The results are analyzed in terms of time of day, time of year, and environmental factors.

    Apr. 30, 2011

    Public Safety

  • Creating a Healthy and Safe City: The Impact of Violence in New Haven

    The Health Equity Alliance brings together community partners to address the relationship between between social and economic conditions and health outcomes of New Haven residents using the Health Equity Index. This document focuses on the issue of community violence and offersn information and recommendations.

    Mar. 31, 2011

    All DataHaven Programs, Health, Public Safety

  • UCR Part 1 Crimes — 1990 through 2009

    This chart from the New Haven Police Department breaks down the number of incidents of each type of crime each year.

    Dec. 31, 2010

    Public Safety

  • Ex-offenders and the Labor Market

    The Center for Economic and Policy Research used Bureau of Justice Statistics data to estimate the change in the number of ex-offenders at working age. They predicted the impact of this trend on employment and the economy.

    Nov. 30, 2010

    Public Safety

  • New Haven Reentry Resource Guide

    This guide, issued by the New Haven Reentry Initiative, outlines the various documents required for the transition out of prison and introduces the services available to these individuals.

    Sep. 30, 2010

    Public Safety