L.A. Crime Levels Off, Chief Hopes for Drop This Year

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Crime in Los Angeles has nearly leveled off at the midyear mark, says Police Chief Charlie Beck, calling 2017’s numbers a sign that police are making progress against the city’s stubborn uptick in crime, the Los Angeles Times reports. As of July 1, overall crime was up less than 1 percent compared with the first six months of 2016, notably lower . . .

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