June 2006
Crain's New York Business;6/19/2006, Vol. 22 Issue 25, p3
This article reports on the decline of murder in New York. Over the past decade, the number of homicides in New York City declined 45%, far outpacing the national drop of 14%. This was reported in the FBI's preliminary crime report in 2005. The article also includes statistics related to violent deaths in New York in the past years.


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