Intimidation

UCR Definition

The Florida Uniform Crime Reports program defines intimidation as an act that unlawfully places another person in fear of bodily harm through verbal threats without displaying a weapon or subjecting the victim to actual physical attack. This is only reportable when there is a domestic relationship between the victim and offender.

The UCR Manual contains more information about these definitions.

Florida Statutes

776.041 Use or threatened use of force by aggressor.
 

Summary

There were a total of 2,526 arrests for Intimidation reported in 2018. Of these arrests, 302 were juveniles and 2,224 were adults.

UCR Arrest Data  Handcuffs

2,526 arrests for Intimidation in 2018

Source: 2018 Arrest Totals and Index Arrests by County (PDF | Excel)

Intimidation arrests by age and sex 2018.  There were 247 juvenile males, 55 juvenile females, 1,874 adult males, and 350 adult females

Source: Arrest Totals by Age and Sex, 2018 (PDF)

2018 Intimidation arrests by judicial circuit
Source: 2018 Judicial Circuit Arrest Report (PDF | Excel)

To learn more about which counties are in what circuit,
please see the 
Florida Courts website.

Historical Data - Trends

Information about the different data sources found on our site.


Source: Total Arrests by County, 1989-2018
Computerized Computer History Arrests by Crime Type, 200-2018 (Excel)
 

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