Table 3
Offences making the largest contributions to the Crime Severity Index versus the crime rate

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Offences making the largest contributions to the Crime Severity Index versus the crime rate
  Contribution to the Crime Severity Index Contribution to the traditional crime rate 1
  percent
Breaking and entering 24.9 10.2
Theft under $5,000 12.4 25.6
Robbery 11.2 1.5
Theft of a motor vehicle 7.1 6.5
Mischief 6.4 16.6
Fraud 5.5 3.9
Sexual assault - level 1 2.5 0.9
Assault - level 1 2.4 7.9
Assault - level 2 2.4 2.4
Homicide 2.3 0.0
1.
Traditional crime rate excludes Criminal Code traffic offences, drugs, and other federal statutes.
Source(s):
Statistics Canada, Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics, Uniform Crime Reporting Survey.
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