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Crime in Alaska

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Crime in Alaska

This article refers to crime in the state of Alaska.


In 2008 there were 24,598 crimes reported in Alaska, including 28 murders, 20,124 property crimes, and 441 rapes.[1]

Capital punishment laws

Capital punishment is not applied in Alaska, having been abolished by the territorial legislature.[2]


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