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Want good news at year's end? Crime is down - again
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28 December 2017
On 28 December 2017 The Christian Science Monitor reported:
For decades the rate of violent crime in the United States has been headed down. In 2017, for example, New York City is poised to experience its lowest level of violent crime since the 1950s. Data from the 30 largest US cities shows that the annual murder rate in 2017 will decline 5.6 percent from 2016, reports the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University School of Law. Among the cities with the largest decreases: Chicago (down 11.9 percent) and Detroit (down 9.8 percent). In an analysis last spring, the center found that across the US crime has been decreasing for the past quarter century . . . What's causing this encouraging trend is less clear.
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