Tracking 25 Years of Crime in 30 Big Cities

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A new report from the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University traces how rates of reported crime have varied among 30 cities since the early 1990s. Crime rates have declined nationally since its peak then, as measured by FBI annual compilations of crimes reported to local police departments. Several cities have seen violent crime decline significantly, despite isolated increases. In Boston, for example, violent crime was already . . .

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