Do you know that the English definition of "violent crime" is not the same as the one used by the FBI in gathering data on crimes in the US?
Do you know that the murder rate in England, counting all means of death, is less than a third of the US's?
2009/2010 in England there were 871,000 "crimes against the person", that is crimes included in their Assaults category - less than half actually resulted in injury to the victim.
Among the charges under the definitions used by the Brits, there were crimes such as; "simple assault without injury", " verbal harassment", “possession of an article with a blade or point,” and causing “public fear, alarm, or distress.”
Comparing apples and oranges is even more ignorant when one doesn't know the subject very well.