The number of crimes in which a victim died by a police officer in 2015 was a record high.
But according to a new report, the police in cities with the most violence are also the cities with one of the highest rates of violent crimes.
New data from the Uniform Crime Reporting program shows the number of police-reported violent crimes rose 14% from 2015 to 2016.
The number reported by the police rose by 5% from 2016 to 2017.
But that trend has slowed since the start of 2017.
The FBI reported in December that there were 1,084 violent crimes against police officers.
That’s down slightly from 1,129 recorded by the agency in January, but still more than double the number recorded in 2014.
Police officers in cities like Detroit and Chicago are not alone in experiencing an increase in crime.
Data released this week by the Department of Justice show the number has also increased in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Miami.
The city with the second-highest murder rate, Baltimore, has also seen a rise in crime since 2017.
Chicago had the fourth-highest number of murders in the U.S. last year.
The department’s report found that while crime rates have remained stable in Chicago, crime has increased in other cities.
The numbers in the report also showed a large number of people living in poverty, as well as a significant number of young people who are at high risk of committing crimes.
A large number in poverty are disproportionately black, according to the report.