Our Police Protectors
History of New York Police
Chapter 11, Part 3

By Holice and Debbie

 

The number of offences against property for the year ending on October 31, 1867, was:

 

MALES

FEMALES

TOTAL

Arson

39

2

41

Burglary

556

12

568

Fraud

658

25

683

Forgery

132

6

138

Gambling

1,187

4

1,191

Keeping disorderly house

220

159

379

Larceny, grand

1,998

561

2,559

Larceny, petty

4,552

1,464

6,016

Mutiny

21

--

21

Malicious Mischief

1,249

160

1,409

Offences against U. S. Government

189

5

194

Pickpockets

304

69

373

Perjury

12

8

20

Passing bad money

77

5

82

Receiving stolen goods

248

34

282

Robbery

171

6

177

Violation of Corporation ordinances

4,155

414

4,569

Violation of State Laws

503

29

532

Violation of Health laws

1,538

417

1,955

Violation of Excise laws

3,235

166

3,401

Violation of the Election laws

138

--

138

Violation of the Board Laws

69

--

69

Witnesses

36

6

42

Totals

21,281

3,552

24,833

 

Convictions, etc.

1840

1841

1842

1843

1844

1845

1846

Conv. Petit Larc'y

526

666

744

907

896

991

977

Acquitted

97

78

138

142

148

193

220

Conv. Ass't & Bat'y

226

296

287

395

551

615

508

Acquitted

82

30

33

54

86

90

87

Discahrges

488

396

375

537

838

1158

1109

Totals

1369

1466

1577

2032

1519

3047

2922

No. of Trials in Special Sessions

839

1001

1119

1311

1495

1741

1651

Sent to Cty Prison

508

682

737

987

1058

1128

1075

Sent ot H. of R.

28

67

63

56

55

65

56

 

Convictions, etc.

1847

1848

1849

1850

1851

1852

1853

Conv. Petit Larc'y

---

1064

1180

1419

1453

1475

1415

Acquitted

173

258

261

219

187

214

179

Conv. Ass't & Bat'y

834

430

558

837

662

978

1230

Acquitted

48

52

59

76

43

51

67

Discahrges

697

672

988

1382

1194

1167

1120

Totals

2352

2502

2966

3933

3539

3884

3944

No. of Trials in Spec. Sessions

1309

1635

1837

2218

2079

2405

2570

Sent ot Cty. Prison

981

1063

1120

1402

1179

1254

2242

Sent to H. of R.

51

52

71

112

94

97

119

 

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Our Police Protectors, History of the New York Police, Published for the benefit of the Police Pension Fund, by Augustine Costello, Published by Author, 1885.

Transcribed by Holice B. Young

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