Every year, the Federal Bureau of Investigation uses data reported to it by nearly every law enforcement agency in the country to build a report on crime in the United States. The report includes data on reported crimes, from theft to homicide, arrests, trends and how many officers are employed in communities.
Patch has taken the Wisconsin data and put it into a searchable database. You won't find Sussex however, because it was not included in the FBI database. Fill in the name of a community to see the number of reported violent crimes in 2011, and click through to learn more about the types of offenses within each community.
Find out about property crime in Wisconsin.