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Canada crime rate plunges to lowest level in 39 years
by Michel Comte
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24 July 2012
On 24 July 2012 Agence France Presse reported:
Canada's crime rate dropped six per cent last year to its lowest level since 1972, according to police statistics released Tuesday, 24 July. Almost 2 million crimes, excluding traffic offenses, were reported to police in 2011, or 110,000 fewer than in 2010, continuing a downward trend from a 1991 peak, said Statistics Canada. Figures compiled by the Canadian Centre of Justice Statistics showed an overall drop in violent crimes in 2011 and that fewer youths were accused of crimes in 2011 than in 2010.
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