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Robbery
  • In 2002, a total of 3,445 robberies were reported by law enforcement agencies in Colorado.
  • This is a 4.7% increase in robberies from 2001.
  • Robberies accounted for 6.0% of the major offenses reported.
  • A firearm was used in 677* or 41.8% of the robberies reported.
  • A knife or cutting instrument was used in 180* or 11.1% of the reported robberies.
  • Other dangerous weapons not specifically coded or fitting one of the other categories were used in 154* or 9.5% of the robberies.
  • Strong-arm tactics were responsible for 609* or 37.6% of the robberies.

    Robbery Offense Graph

    *Does not include breakdown by type of weapon for Aurora P.D., Denver P.D., Douglas County S.O., Glendale P.D., Grand Junction P.D. and Lone Tree P.D..

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