Higher Immigration May Have Aided Crime Drop, Study Says

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Immigrants, regardless of their legal status, commit crimes at lower rates than do native-born citizens, reports The Sentencing Project in a summary of research on the subject. The advocacy group says that higher levels of immigration in recent decades "may have contributed to the historic drop in crime rates," and that police chiefs believe that intensifying immigration enforcement undermines public safety. The . . .

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