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Is the downward trend in crime reversing in Surrey?

I ask this question because of the increase in the number of Surrey Heath Neighborhood Watch crime, burglary and criminal damage reports. I’ve just added an update to the fourth of these reports on my blog this month. 125 more words

Surrey Heath

Ethnic crime statistics and politics

With the constant talk, reports and agitating focused on ethnicity in America—primarily Caucasian, Negroid and Amerindian (whites, blacks and “Hispanics”)—little is reported about which group is most involved in violent crimes in this society—for an obvious reason. 1,188 more words

Police fall behind on targets; lowest report card grade in years

Spikes in crimes like break and enters and thefts mean Saskatoon city police are falling short on their annual report card.

While overall crime was down in 2015, property crimes and weapons charges jumped, according to a performance report card submitted to the board of police commissioners. 395 more words

Local News

Former Officer Claims Pittsburg Police Are Fudging Crime Stats

PITTSBURG (CBS SF) — While authorities in Pittsburg have been trumpeting a dramatic drop in crime over recent years, a former officer with the department claims police are downgrading some crimes and fudging their numbers. 334 more words

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Fairfax County Police Department 2015 Annual Report now Available

According to a recent report by the United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, The Fairfax County Police Department is the 34th largest local police department in the United States, by number of full-time sworn personnel, 2013. 24 more words

The Daily Blotter

Police open data site lets citizens track crimes

Want to know how many break-ins there were recently in your neighbourhood? How many cars were stolen or broken into in the area, or how many traffic accidents occur at a particular intersection? 621 more words

Local News

FCPD 2015 National Crime Statistical Information (Group A Offenses) Released

The Police Department’s Crime, Traffic and Intelligence Analysis Division of the Planning and Research Bureau has made available the 2015 Incident-Based Reporting (IBR) crime statistical data for Group A offenses. 643 more words

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