Crime At Lowest Level in 30 Years, Survey Reports

Print More The Justice Department’s annual crime victimization survey shows that violent and property crimes dipped in 2002 to their lowest levels since records started being compiled 30 years ago, and have dropped more than 50 percent in the past decade, an Associated Press report said. The annual survey by the Bureau of Justice Statistics identified
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