Industry Benchmarks and Crime Trends Reports

CAP Index is the ultimate source of data related to crime risk trends. Review and download our Crime Trends and Correlation Reports along with our CRIMECAST Industry Benchmark Analyses (CIBAs). CAP Index’s CIBA documents for the United States allow you to make an objective comparison of the crime risk at your locations to the rest of your industry. Each analysis looks at the CAP Score for locations within the specific industry and provides the average CAP Score for the industry as well as a breakdown of locations by CAP risk category.

Crime Risk Trends and CAP Score Correlation Reports

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CRIMECAST Industry Benchmark Analyses

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