Wide Disparities in CA Crime Trends After Justice Reform

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Between 2010 and 2016, crime in Los Angeles County — including property and violent crime — rose by 5 percent even as overall crime in the rest of the state fell by the same rate, according to a report released Tuesday, says the Los Angeles Times. The study by the nonprofit Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice analyzed crime trends throughout California during a period . . .

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