Demographic Trends in the District of Columbia, 2000-2009
Group: Urban Institute District of Columbia Crime Policy Institute
This brief examines the demographics of the District of Columbia and how they have changed over the period 2000-2009. The demography of a city describes the context in which crime occurs, as well as the population of possible offenders and victims. The demographics of the District of Columbia have undergone significant change over the past decade, and understanding demographic trends can help put changes in crime into context. Because there are many reasons why crime rates change, we do not attempt to link these demographic changes to changes in crime (which are described in a series of other DCPI Briefs).
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