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New York City has fewest shootings ever last year
by Colleen Long
The Associated Press Translate This Article
4 January 2017
On 4 January 2017 The Associated Press reported:
New York City recorded its fewest number of shootings in 2016 and narrowly missed setting a new record low for homicides since comparable record keeping began more than two decades ago, even as officers make fewer low-level arrests and greatly reduced their use of stop and frisk. According to data released Wednesday, the city had 335 homicides in 2016. The lowest since comparable record keeping for murders began in the 1960s was 333 in 2014.
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