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Once US murder capital, NYC close to record low in homicides
by Colleen Long
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21 December 2017
On 21 December 2017 The Associated Press reported:
. . . New York City is on track to smash its modern-era low for homicides in a year. Crime has been dropping for many years in New York, but 2017 saw substantial drops even in places like Brooklyn's 75th Police Precinct, once among the nation's most violent places. 'You can feel the change. More people are out walking the streets at night, they're out talking to their neighbors, they're not rushing their kids home, you know, with their heads down,' said Rashaud Carmichael, 36, a construction worker and father of three who lives in the area. 'I've lived here all my life. And man, I can tell you, it's a different world now.'
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