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From the FBI, access data down to the agency level on crime, law enforcement officers killed and assaulted, National Use-of-Force Data, and hate crime statistics, as well as special compilations such as Cargo Theft Report, Human Trafficking, and topical studies.
Finding Government Records
The government keeps records about itself and about the country, and these are open to the public though they are not always immediately available on the Internet. The best place to start is the website for that particular governmental body. See the page on FOIA to learn about requesting records that are not readily available.
Here are some of the records you may find:
Elected official voting records
There are also a lot of records on individual members of government, government spending, legislation, and more. Look at the "Politics" tab on Resources for Reporting and at the Government Information guide for more help.