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The Chart Below Shows the Changes that Took Place in Three Different Areas of Crime in Panama

The Chart Below Shows the Changes that Took Place in Three Different Areas of Crime in Panama (1)

The chart below shows the changes that took place in three different areas of crime in Panama City from 2010 to 2019. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.

The given line chart illustrates the changes in different areas of crime held in the city of Panama from 2010 to 2019.

After analyzing it can be seen that the number of crimes in car theft and robbery did not decline much with little fluctuation over the period, while in the case of burglary we can clearly notice the number of cases decreased significantly over the decade.

According to the given data, the number of robbery incidents was around 700 in 2010, which increased to the highest number of cases, that is 1000 in 2 years, then faced constant reduction and hit the lowest number of 500 cases by 2015. It faced a rise of around 300 occurrences in 2017, then again dropped to the second-lowest point by 200 cases and reached around 600 cases in 2019. Likewise, in the car theft misdeed, the number was around 2800 in 2010, which remained almost constant till 2012 and fell off to 2000 cases in 2013. The incidence of catheters remained almost constant till 2015 and faced an increase in number and reached more than 2500 cases by 2017 facing some swing till 2019 and rise nearly 2900.

Turning toward the rest of the data, the offense of burglary was the highest among the three crimes with almost 3400 cases in 2010 and marked at its highest point in 2011 with around 3700 incidents. The number of cases declined drastically by hitting its lowest number of cases in 2015 with 1008 gain increased in 2016 by more than 500 cases and swung a little by reaching around 1300 cases in 2019.

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