I provide the information for any question my clients ask, as long as it does not specifically address a request that would indicate "blocking", "steering", or any form of discrimination. That said, personally, I do not summarize the data for my clients as that could draw conclusions based on my experience and not theirs. That said, I also do not "send" my clients anywhere as that leads to the type of frustration you are experiencing. I go get the data and present it to them. That's what I get paid to do. Nothing is illegal, and as Jim so aptly put it, there isn't a single law in the land that prohibits what I do.
I think you just need to find the type of agent that operates under the above assumptions. Frustrating I know, but lots of agents I know are of the opinions that Jim expressed, they walk around fearful that they are going to get sued for every little thing they say. Sad state of affairs.
The Fair Housing Act prevents us from "steering" clients or customers to or away from any neighborhoods. The case law is fuzzy, but it many cases it is strongly suggested that agents provide access to the tools for a buyer to answer the crime questions to their own satisfaction.