Stolen Property - Buying, Receiving, or Possessing

UCR Definition

The Florida Uniform Crime Reports program defines Stolen Property as buying, receiving, or possessing any property with the knowledge that it has been unlawfully taken, as by larceny, burglary, robbery, embezzlement, or fraud.

The UCR Manual contains more information about these definitions.

Florida Statutes

812.022 Evidence of theft or dealing in stolen property.

812.019 Dealing in stolen property.

Summary

There were a total of 1,647 arrests for Stolen Property (Buying, Receiving, or Possessing) reported in 2018. Of these arrests, 120 were juveniles and 1,527 were adults.

UCR Arrest Data  Handcuffs

1,647 arrests for Stolen Property in 2018

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

Stolen Property arrests by age and sex 2018.  There were 107 juvenile males, 13 juvenile females, 1,237 adult males, and 290 adult females.

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

2018 Stolen Property 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 on our site.
 

Total Arrests by County, 1989-2018
Computerized Criminal History Arrests by Crime Type, 2000-2018 (Excel)

 


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